Temping is an excellent way to try jobs and businesses for size, it can be a valuable foot-in-the-door, rewarding and, hugely varied too. But it’s not without its challenges, which is why it’s important to get the support you need. aspire cambridge has a dedicated temporary consultant who is an expert at helping you ease your way though the world of temping and, of course, finding you work that is right for you.
I registered with a few recruitment consultants looking for temp work. I was contacted by Rachel Samuels, who I thought was extremely personable, professional and positive and stood out from the other companies that I had dealt with.
Sometimes, the market can be a little quiet at times, we’ve got a few ideas to help you stay on track. Why not take the free time to update your cv and, a portfolio, if you have one. If you’re in high demand and it’s busy, then we’ll help manage this too, and juggle your bookings as best we can.
Whatever the level or contract length, aspire cambridge can provide the very best assignments in engineering and manufacturing, finance and accountancy, hospitality, information technology, legal and hr, manufacturing, office support, and sales and marketing. and across a variety of industries. We have a huge network of business at that we work with on a regular basis – so why not give us a try?
Temporary employees with aspire cambridge are entitled to paid annual leave, as guided by the working time regulations. An employee is entitled to 5.6 weeks holiday in a period of 52 weeks worked. You will accrue holiday pay hours based on a rate of 12.07%. This means that if you work an average week of 37.5 hours, you will accrue 4.5 hours.
If you would like to book paid annual leave, please discuss this with your temporaries recruitment consultant. When the time off is agreed, download and fill in a holiday request form and send it back to us.
If you meet the set criteria, you may well be entitled to statutory sick pay. You will need to provide your recruitment consultant with proof that you are unable to work, this could be in the form of self-certification for seven days, after the seven days you would need to supply a doctor’s certificate. The statutory sick pay scheme allows only one day per week to qualify, for the period of an assignment. The day specified is the Wednesday of every week. For more information on statutory sick pay, visit gov.uk.
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