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What you get with this Hourlie
Although we place five (5) days as the maximum time for the delivery of the Hourlie, we finish them far earlier quite often. If you need it sooner, please let us know PRIOR to purchasing the Hourlie.
Need a specific one off job doing or a process that is to take a given period? You have the options of employing a Contractor, but what do you do once they have done the job? You contract is a temporary one that
When looking for a member of staff, most companies use a Temporary Staff Agency or Employment Agency. This can cost of several thousands. Of course these companies have to earn a living. Therefore If you are looking to pay £10.00 per hour to the Temp you could be charged £16.50+VAT and upwards of £19.00+VAT. That works out at a staggering mark-up of 40% + of the fee to the temporary contractor!
Finally, you can hire the person direct. This can save you thousands and even end in employing someone who becomes part of the team. The key is to ensure you have the CORRECT paperwork.
Failure and you can end up in trouble from the HMRC for PAYE/National Insurance. Give grounds for automatic employment, or end up paying for something that ultimately not delivered!
We can draft an agreement on your behalf detailing the full breadth of your agreement with the Temporary Consultant/Temp Worker, timescale, scope of works, hours of works etc.
When you engage us, we will ask you some simple questions. Don't worry, it will not take much of your time and we will give you advice along the way.
You need to ensure you are absolute in your contract that you do NOT employ the contractor and they are self-employed. They are a temporary worker who you can take on for a fixed or non-fixed period that does not exceed.
What the Seller needs to start the work
To move forward with your hourlie, we need to ask you some questions that are essential when it comes to drafting the contract. Don't worry, it will not take much of your time and we will give you advice along the way.
You need to ensure you are absolute in your contract that you do NOT employ the contractor and they are self-employed and look after their own PAYE and NI/Or Government Employment Tax and Medicare. Alternately, you may look to take the person(s) on
To move forward with your hourlie, we need.
1. Identity of the Contract/Freelancer and address
2. A description of the service/task they are to provide
3. The contract price/Hourly rate/Monthly Salary (nett: without the cost of Government tax/Medical Insurance/National Insurance (NI)
4. Delivery costs (if applicable)
5. Payment and delivery arrangement. i.e. When and how much you pay them.
6. Rights of cancellation/dismissal/end of contract.
7. The means of communication by which the hiring is to be concluded. Post, fax, email, phone or through a computerised system.
8. The period for which the terms are available
9. Minimum duration of the contract, where it is not of one-off performance.
10. Maximum period you are allowed to employ the person on a temporary contract?