Timesheets

Completing your timesheet

So that we can pay you accurately and on time you will be given a timesheet each week so that you can record your hours.

Hours are rounded to the nearest quarter and when completing your timesheet make sure you deduct any unpaid breaks from your total. Once your timesheet is complete ask your line manager or supervisor to sign it to confirm your hours.

Your completed timesheet should be received by your consultant for processing no later than 10.00 a.m. on the Monday following the week you have worked, for payment into your bank account on the Friday.


How you are paid

You will be paid the hourly rate as agreed with your consultant before each assignment which is subject to deductions for National Insurance, PAYE or any other purpose required by law.

Payment will be made automatically into your bank or building society account on the Friday following the week you worked. You will be asked to complete a BACS form, supplied by your Select consultant and return it with your first timesheet.


Termination of your Assignment/Booking 

Being employed as a temporary worker allows you flexibility, in as much as you do not need to offer notice, and nor does the employer. The continuation or termination of an assignment is subject to the needs of the employer, so at any point the assignment can cease without notice.

Likewise, if you do not attend work or contact your Select consultant to say you cannot attend work, this will be seen as termination of your assignment, and so it is essential you let your consultant know of your absence.

Your Select consultant will try to obtain a week’s notice of termination where possible and, likewise, would ask that you would provide the same too.

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