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  • Who we are !
    As any business starts to expand there comes a point where it is necessary to take on extra staff. Meeting such demands can be accomplished by outsourcing work, employing people on a part-time or full-time basis, arranging for projects to be completed on a fixed contract basis or using self-employed subcontractors.

    Permanent employees will work on a full-time or part-time agreement and must have a written statement of their main terms of employment. The following responsibilities also apply:

    * the workplace must be safe and secure
    * employers insurance must be in place
    * employers must register with HM Customs & Revenue to administer a payroll system
    * employees are entitled to paid holidays, a minimum wage and a maximum working week
    * staff are entitled to statutory sick pay after being absent for three days
    * staff are entitled to maternity and paternity leave
    * employers must consider requests for more flexible working practices for parents
    * employers must avoid discriminatory behaviour.

    Employees on fixed contracts may suit the needs of the business more but they are still entitled to the same working conditions, rates of pay, benefits, pensions and other employment rights as their permanent colleagues.

    A popular way to gain extra labour without many of the responsibilities of permanent staff is through the use of self-employed workers. Employers continue to have certain duties in terms of health and safety, discrimination and insurance. Sometimes it can also be more expensive to use subcontractors. However there are advantages, such as more flexibility, specific expertise and no PAYE or National Insurance to process.

    If you have a new or existing business and would like support in recruiting and managing new staffs, please contact us and we will be happy to render our support.

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  • Workshops & Training Sessions We run series of workshops and training inlcuding appointment, helpline and outreach sessions to enable you acquire the skills required for employment

    Drop in session is on Monday- Friday 10:00am-4:00pm

    Call us today to find out how we can support you back into employment
    Tel: 020 7701 4141 (extn 222)
    Mobile: 0772 498 1079 — ASK FOR TOLA

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