Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate
020 7215 5000
0300 123 1100
This document is intended to improve transparency of information particularly around pay. It is designed to present key information to give an overview of how your prospective terms of engagement affect your pay over the course of an assignment or a specific period of time. Please note this is an overview of some important aspects of your proposed contractual arrangements, including how a proposed rate of pay is affected by any fees and/or deductions (PAYE).
Table 1: Important information regarding the work
|Contract Type||Employee PAYE|
|Identity of Employment Business||Role Models Creative Childcare Ltd|
|Who pays you||Role Models Creative Childcare Ltd|
|Rate of pay||£10* per hour for the first 30 hours.
*£8.92 per hour + statutory holiday pay at 12.07% of your hourly pay (PAYE)
Rate of pay increases to £12** per hour once 30hours of work has been completed.
**£10.71 per hour + statutory holiday pay at 12.07% of your hourly pay (PAYE)
|Pay Intervals||14th of every month. If 14th sits on a weekend, you will receive payment on the Friday|
|Statutory deductions||Income Tax, National Insurance, Student Loan|
|Any fees for services||£51.89 for an enhanced DBS check & certificate. This is paid to DBS and is not deducted from your pay. You cannot work with any Role Models Creative Childcare Ltd clients unless you have an enhanced DBS certificate.|
|Leave entitlement||2 weeks’ notice period|
Table 2: Example of pay & deductions subject to PAYE
The below is an example of pay where we will use £12 per hour, 9 hours per week to create the example pay and deductions.
Referring to £12 per hour of 9 hours you would receive £108.00 per week. There would be no deduction for NI or pension however Payroll tax deduction will depend on the tax code. If we use a Basic Rate tax code than there would be a deduction of 20%.
|Gross rate of pay||£12 per hour|
|Deductions for your pay required by law||PAYE deduction based on basic rate tax code of 20% – there a deduction of £21.60|
|Any other deductions or costs from your pay||Nil|
|Any fees for goods or services deducted from your pay||Nil|
|Example of net take home pay||£86.40|
Please note: The pension is deducted on earnings over £6,136.00 per year (qualifying earnings). Additionally, the approximate salary above is not high enough for NI contribution.
The path of income
Other relevant information
The Employment Agency Standards (EAS) Inspectorate is the government authority responsible for the enforcement of certain agency worker rights. You can raise a concern with them directly on 020 7215 5000 or through the Acas helpline on 0300 123 1100, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm.