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  • "Temp to perm" transfer fee worked example 2

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example setting out how to calculate a "temp to perm" transfer fee where the contract between the employment agency and end user provides for a transfer fee of 15% of the temp's first year's salary with the end user but no extended period of hire.

  • "Temp to perm" transfer fee worked example 3

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example illustrating the options available to an end user wishing to make a temp permanent where the contract between the employment agency and end user provides for a transfer fee of 15% of the temp's first year's salary with the end user and an extended period of hire of 13 weeks.

  • "Temp to perm" transfer fee worked example 4

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example illustrating the options available to an end user wishing to make a temp permanent where the contract between the employment agency and end user provides for a transfer fee of 18% of the temp's first year's salary with the end user and an extended period of hire of 20 weeks.

  • "Temp to perm" transfer fee worked example 5

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example illustrating the options available to an end user wishing to make a temp permanent where the contract between the employment agency and end user provides for a transfer fee of 22% of the temp's first year's salary with the end user and an extended period of hire of 16 weeks. The temp has worked for the end user on an intermittent basis over a 10-week period with no gaps between assignments of more than 42 days.

  • "Temp to perm" transfer fee worked example 6

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example illustrating the options available to an end user wishing to make a temp permanent where the contract between the employment agency and end user provides for a transfer fee of 25% of the temp's first year's salary with the end user and an extended period of hire of 39 weeks. The temp has worked for the end user on an intermittent basis over a 20-week period with gaps between assignments of more than 42 days.

  • "Temp to perm" transfer fee worked example 7

    Type:
    Worked examples

    A worked example illustrating how to approach a "temp to perm" transfer fee where a temp on an eight-week assignment with the end user has been introduced by the end user to one of its associated companies, that wishes to hire the temp permanently.

  • Hours of work: health (England and Wales)

    Type:
    Employment law manual

    Additional information on the law on hours of work for NHS employers, including doctors in training, rest periods, the New Deal and unsocial hours. To be read in conjunction with the general information on the law on hours of work.

  • Model letter explaining shop and betting workers' rights to opt out of Sunday working

    Type:
    Policies and documents

    Updated to include information on the increased protection for Sunday shop workers contained in the Enterprise Act 2016.

  • Letter acknowledging Sunday working opt-out notice from shop or betting worker

    Type:
    Policies and documents

    Updated to include information on the increased protection for Sunday shop workers contained in the Enterprise Act 2016.

  • Case round-up

    Date:
    27 January 2016
    Type:
    Law reports

    Amanda Steadman is a professional support lawyer, Iain Naylor, Lucy Sorell and Rachael Wake are associates, and Jessica-Alice Curtis is a trainee solicitor at Addleshaw Goddard LLP. They round up the latest rulings.

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