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All staff, including Temporary staff, are entitled to holiday pay,
based on how many hours worked, on average, over the year.
As some Temporary staff only work occasionally, this will be
reflected in the amount of holiday pay accrued.
If a Temporary works a complete year, and complete weeks
of 37.5 hours a week, they will accrue their full entitlement
which is 28 days a year including bank holidays.
Click here to download information about Holiday Pay
Click here to download a Holiday Pay Request Form
In simple terms any Temporary who works continually for a company for up to and beyond a 12-week period, automatically qualifies for AWR.
OFF PAYROLL, properly titled IR35 the “Intermediaries Legislation”, was introduced by the government in April 2000 as a measure to tackle ‘disguised employment’ – where employees were setting up Limited companies in order to reduce their tax bill, but continuing to work in the same role as when they were a permanent employee.
To be inside IR35 you are working under the supervision of a manager, supervisor and/or through an agency. This means you will have to pay tax on your earnings through this work or Temporary assignment. You will have to pay as you earn – PAYE
To be ‘outside IR35’ means that you are operating as a genuine business, and therefore operating outside of the IR35 rules. If you are operating ‘outside IR35’, you are able to pay yourself a salary, draw the remainder of income as dividends, and remain responsible for your taxes as usual.