Talking of pay
Everyone deserves to be paid for the work they do accurately and on time. You'll
be paid one week in arrears by the BACS system directly into your bank or building
society on a Friday and your payslip will arrive through the post. Please ensure
you check your bank or building society details carefully and should your details
change, please let your recruitment consultant know in writing as soon as possible.
In order to make sure your payment is trouble-free, there are a couple of things
you should know:
Timesheets: must be in the branch by 10am every Monday morning
following your working week.
Tax Forms: unless you provide a current P45 you will need to complete
Bank Details: do we have your correct bank account and sort code
Students: if you're a full-time student and you only want to work
for Spring Personnel in your holidays, you may be exempt from paying tax if your
earnings for the full year are no more than the your non-taxable personal allowance.
You’ll need to complete a P38, which you can get from your consultant.
National Insurance: we are legally obliged to deduct National Insurance
from your pay after the Government threshold. Please provide your National Insurance
number, which you can find on your P45 or an old payslip. If you need to apply for
one, you will need to attend an interview, which you can organise through your local
Sick Pay: if you should fall ill for four consecutive days, you
may be eligible for Statutory Sick Pay, provided you meet the relevant statutory
criteria. Speak to your consultant and they’ll help you fill in the relevant forms.
Maternity benefits: contact your consultant for the latest guidance
notes relating to this topic, they’ll explain everything to you.