Contract Appointments

We foster active contractor networks, allowing us to quickly provide the subject matter experts you need, who can deliver maximum value.

Contract and interim team members are essential to a modern company’s operation. We understand that whether its BAU or driving transformation, contractors play an integral role. They can bring specialist knowledge, close resource gaps, support one-off projects and promote innovative ways of thinking within an organisation.

We partner with clients across many industries and sectors, providing skilled contractors for interim assignments. We can provide a variety of solutions, from one-off hires to entire project teams, regardless of skillset requirement, location or timeframe.

Our specialist consultants are fully immersed in the contract market and understand the urgency involved. They will work with you to establish the best solution for your needs. Our multichannel approach to candidates delivers the right contractors for your requirements and our straight forward processes and clever use of technology ensures requirements are filled quickly and efficiently.

Our service continues throughout the assignment, with regular communication with both our clients and contractors to ensure contracts run smoothly. We build enduring relationships with our clients and provide additional support and guidance including compliance, industry trends, payrates and talent pooling for the next coming project.

Through our partnership with a secure, compliant intermediary service with significant financial backing, you can be assured that a consultant is always on-hand to assist with any queries and to process timesheets and payments for your contractors promptly.

Contractor Resources

  • PDF AWR Cover

    Agency Worker Regulations (AWR)

    AWR was introduced in 2011 and applies to “workers with a contract of employment or employment relationship with a temporary work agency who are assigned to user undertakings to work temporarily under their supervision and direction.” AWR gives agency workers the right to the same basic working and employment conditions they would receive if they were engaged directly by an end […]
  • Limited Company or Umbrella Company

    Contractor Models

    The first task for any contractor is to decide upon the best business structure to work under, either limited company or umbrella company.  Limited company Contracting under your own limited company means that you will oversee your accounts, your salary and your taxes. You will need to establish your limited company and open a bank account. As the limited company […]
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    IR35 (Intermediaries legislation)

    If you are a contractor working through an intermediary, such as a partnership or limited company (also known as a Personal Service Company “PSC”), you need to be aware of IR35. What is IR35? IR35 legislation was introduced on 6th April 2000 and applies to contractors who are working for a client through an intermediary. The legislation is intended to […]
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    Employment Agencies Act (EAA)

    The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003 is intended to regulate the private recruitment industry and protect ‘work-seekers’. Key points include: An employment agency/business cannot: Charge a fee to a work-seeker to find them work.Withhold payments or wages due to temporary work-seekers.Supply a temporary worker to replace someone taking part in industrial action at the hiring company.Make unlawful […]
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    Contractor Resources

    We have put this document together to provide contractors with the key information they need. From choosing whether to set up as Limited Company or Umbrella Company, calculating taxes and net pay to finding out about the latest regulations affecting contractors, including IR35, AWR, and more, we have it covered. – explanation of how the Government views contracting Contractor […]