Temporary Workers and Employees

You will be thoroughly interviewed by an experienced consultant, and if successful, undergo an in depth take-on briefing to explain your duties and responsibilities whilst working at one of our Client's sites.

You will receive a written copy of the take-on briefing which covers the following points.

  • Your Consultant's name and branch telephone number
  • Your responsibility relating to Duties, Conduct at work and Communication with Branch regarding availability and attendance
  • Health & Safety at Work
  • Damage to Goods or Equipment reporting policy
  • Working Time Regulations
  • Timesheet procedure
  • Payment details
  • Rates of Pay and Overtime premiums
  • Tax information and Tax office details
  • Reference to your Contract with The Best Connection
  • Data Protection Act

Temporary employees

Some of our clients specify that we supply people who are engaged under a contract of employment which complies with Regulation 10 of the Agency Workers Regulations.

The contracts are normally issued by post between 7 and 12 weeks after the start of the assignment.

The contract offers the following benefits:

  • permanent contract of employment
  • up to 4 weeks’ pay between assignments if we cannot offer suitable work
  • entitlement to a formal disciplinary process and grievance hearings
  • limitations on the maximum and minimum number of hours per week

Additional information concerning the terms and contents of the Contract of Employment can be found in the following documents:

Temporary Employee Handbook

Temporary Worker Handbook