Key Information Document

This document sets out key information about your relationship with us, including details about pay, holiday entitlement and other benefits.

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 and please find below their contact details;

Web site:

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/employment-agency-standards-inspectorate

Phone:

0207 215 5000

Email:

[email protected]

PAYE Temporary Worker

1. General information about the parties

Name of employment business: Logical Personnel Solutions Limited
Name of your employer: Logical Personnel Solutions Limited
Contact number: 0113 223 8200
Head office address: Capitol House, Russell Street, Leeds LS1 5SP

2. About this document

This document has been prepared to ensure that every agency work seeker is provided with a Key Facts document before agreeing the terms under which the worker will undertake work.

3.Your status:

PAYE Temporary Worker – You will be engaged by Logical Personnel Solutions under a Contract of Employment

You are entitled to the following;

  • To be paid at least National Minimum Wage
  • To receive a written statement clearly stating the basic details and the main terms and conditions of your temporary assignment.
  • An itemised payslip.
  • To paid holiday
  • Statutory Sick, Maternity and Paternity Pay
  • Workplace pension provision in line with the qualifying criteria will be laid out in the Contract for Service. Further information on Pension Auto Enrolment can be obtained from https://www.workplacepensions.gov.uk/employee/

More information can be found in your Contract of Employment

4.Pay and benefits

Minimum Rate of Pay: ‘Basic Rate’ – The hours you have worked multiplied by National Minimum Wage.
Payment Intervals: Depending on the assignment you are working on you may be paid weekly, monthly, fortnightly or on a project-by-project basis.
Holiday Entitlement and Pay: 28 days per annum pro-rata holiday entitlement under The Working Time Regulations
Any other Benefits:

5. Deductions from your pay

PAYE (Tax): This is the income tax paid to HMRC for you via Pay As You Earn. This is closely linked to your Tax Code and associated Tax-Free Allowance.
National Insurance: National Insurance (“NI”) is a tax in the United Kingdom paid by workers and employers for funding state benefits.

6. Example of Pay

Example rate of pay: £450 gross weekly
Deductions from your wage required by law: £38.02 income tax (based on a 1257L wk1/m1 tax code) £34.45 NI (£27.56 from 6th July 2022)
Any other deductions or costs from your wage: £13.20 worker pension contribution
Any fees for goods or services:  
Example net take home pay: £364.33 Weekly (£371.22 from 6th July 2022)

 

The above example of pay is for illustration purposes only. The exact position will depend on individual decisions concerning pension deductions and may vary slightly for workers under devolved income tax systems.

PSC

If you engage as a PSC (outside the scope of IR35 off payroll working legislation) you will be a Director of the PSC and be engaged via the agency on a contract for service. Under this arrangement Logical will pay the PSC a gross payment inclusive of all employments costs, under this arrangement the PSC will be responsible for paying the temporary worker. This document explains your pay information if you engage as a PSC. If you engage with an employment business as a PSC, then you can opt out of being covered by the Conduct Regulations (Conduct of Employment Agencies & Business Regulations 2003). The opt out must be given in writing to the employment business by both the PSC and the person being supplied to do the work. The employment business cannot encourage you to do this and it must be your own decision. Agency workers placed in roles working with, or caring for, vulnerable persons cannot opt out of the Conduct Regulations.

Pay and benefits

  • Payment intervals: Depending on the particular assignment you are working on you may be paid weekly, monthly or fortnightly.​
  • Expected or minimum gross rate of pay transferred  to the intermediary or umbrella company from us: No less than national minimum wage
  • Deductions from Personal Service Company required by law: The PSC will be paid gross
  • Holiday entitlement and pay: It is the responsibility of the PSC to provide holiday leave and pay to the individual worker​

Example pay

(this example of pay is for illustration purposes only)

Example Rate of Pay to PSC gross £1000 weekly
Deductions from your wage required by law
Any other deductions or costs from your rate
Any fees for goods or services
Example PSC take home pay £1000 weekly

Umbrella

This document sets out key information about your relationship with us, including details about pay, holiday entitlement and other benefits.

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 and please find below their contact details;

Web site:

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/employment-agency-standards-inspectorate

Phone:

0207 215 5000

Email:

[email protected]

1. General information about the parties

Name of employment business: Logical Personnel Solutions Limited
Name of intermediary or umbrella company: Your Choice of an Intermediary on our Approved Suppliers List
Logical Contact Number: 0113 223 8200
Head Office Address: Capitol House, Russell Street, Leeds LS1 5SP

2. About this document

This document has been prepared to ensure that individuals are provided a Key Facts document before agreeing to the terms under which they will undertake work.

3. Your Status

You will be an employee of the Umbrella company under a Contract of Employment.

Under this arrangement Logical will pay the Umbrella (your Employer) a payment inclusive of all Employments costs and any applicable Umbrella margin. Under this arrangement the Umbrella will be responsible for paying you.

As an Employee of the Umbrella Limited company this means that you have many rights and obligations as laid out in your Contract of Employment with them.

You are being paid through an umbrella company: a third-party organization that will calculate your tax and other deductions and then pay you for the work undertaken for the hirer. We will still be finding you assignments.

The money earned on your assignments will be transferred to the Umbrella company and they will then pay you your wage. All the deductions made which affect your wage are listed below. If you have any queries about these please contact your chosen umbrella provider.

Your payslip will show you as an employee of the umbrella company.

More information can be found in your Contract of Employment from the Umbrella company.

4. Pay and Benefits

Payment Intervals:

Depending on the particular assignment you are working on you may be paid weekly, monthly or fortnightly.

Expected or minimum gross rate of pay transferred to the intermediary or umbrella company from us:

Minimum Rate of Pay = The hours you’ve worked multiplied by National Minimum Wage.
(For example: £356.25 for 37.5hrs per week, assuming you are 23 years old and over)

Deductions from intermediary or umbrella income required by law:

Apprenticeship Levy – As a large employer umbrella is required to pay the UK’s Apprenticeship Levy

Employers National Insurance (NIERS)- The amount umbrella pays HMRC as your employer for National Insurance.

Employer’s pension – 3% employer contribution.

Any other deductions from umbrella income (to include amounts or how they are calculated):

Margin/admin fee

Deduction from your pay PAYE (Tax):

This is the income tax paid to HMRC for you via Pay As You Earn. This is closely linked to your Tax Code and associated Tax-Free Allowance.

Deductions from your pay National Insurance:

National Insurance is a tax in the United Kingdom paid by workers and employers for funding state benefits.

Any other deductions or costs taken from your wage (to include amounts or how they are calculated):

Pension Contributions – 5% employee contribution

Any fees for goods or services:

Holiday entitlement and pay:

28 days per annum holiday entitlement under working time regulations.

Holiday pay – This will only show as a deduction on request of the contractor. If not, all holiday pay is paid out to you within your weekly/monthly payment.

Additional Benefits:

5.Example Pay

Intermediary or Umbrella income Worker income
Example gross rate of pay to intermediary or umbrella company from us: £600 weekly
Deductions from intermediary or umbrella income required by law: £50.84 Employers HMRC deductions

£11.78 Employers Pension Contribution

£2.56 Apprenticeship Levy

Any other deductions or costs taken from intermediary or umbrella income: £22 margin weekly
Example rate of pay to you: £512.81 gross weekly
Deductions from your pay required by law: £50.20 Income tax

£42.77 employees NI

Any other deductions or costs taken from your pay: £19.64 Employee Pension
Any fees for goods or services:
Example net take home pay: £400.20 (including advanced holiday pay)

 

The above example of pay is for illustration purposes only. The exact position will depend on individual decisions concerning pension deductions and may vary slightly for workers under devolved income tax systems.