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What do I need to do before starting temporary work through CMD Recruitment?

If you have already registered with CMD Recruitment as a temporary agency worker then please read the information below for further details or get in touch with your consultant.

If you have not registered with us but are interested in the temporary opportunities we have, then please call us to discuss or click on our register with us page.

Payroll and Timesheets

CMD Recruitment will pay you on a weekly basis in arrears every Friday. Payment will be made by BACS transfer based on the information that you provide. Before starting employment, you will be given a timesheet to complete, or you can download our timesheet below.

You will need to complete this timesheet and send it to us by the following Monday before 11.00am otherwise there maybe a delay in your payment.

You will need to detail the hours that you have worked each day and total those hours for the week to be paid.

Timesheets must be signed and dated by yourself and the relevant contact/ Line Manager where you are working.

Holiday

As an Agency Worker you are entitled to paid annual leave / holiday.

The current statutory entitlement for paid annual leave is 5.6 weeks (28 days).

Holiday pay entitlement accrues in proportion to the amount of time worked by the Agency Worker on Assignment during the Leave Year.

Your Leave Year begins the date you started your existing assignment with CMD Recruitment.

Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 none of this leave can be carried over into any subsequent Leave Year and it is your responsibility to ensure that you take all of your leave in the appropriate year.

Under the Agency Workers Regulations, on completion of the Qualifying Period, the Agency Worker may be entitled to pay and/or unpaid annual leave in addition to the Agency Worker’s entitlement to paid annual leave under Working Time Regulations.

If your assignment finishes for any reason, all unpaid accrued holiday will be paid to you in your final wages.

To request holiday leave please seek approval in the first instance from the hiring company. Once your holiday leave has been approved, please inform CMD Recruitment and fill out the dates on your relevant timesheet.