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Text4. Your rights as a temporary agency worker As a temporary agency worker you’re entitled to: paid holiday (bank holidays may be included in your holiday entitlement - check with your agency) rest breaks and limits on working time no unlawful deductions from wages the National Minimum Wage freedom from discrimination under equality legislation protection under health and safety laws details of job vacancies with your hirer the same access to shared facilities and services at work as other comparable employees Shared facilities and services might include: access to a canteen or food and drinks machines a workplace crèche or mother and baby room car parking or transport services (eg local pick up service, inter-site transport) a staff common room a prayer room Your hirer can only refuse you access to facilities if they can ‘objectively justify’ denying you access. Cost alone is unlikely to be a sufficient reason.
originally posted by: marc72
a reply to: VoidHawk
Yes VoidHawk this seems the norm. What the office staff don't realise is the the EU Working Time Directive makes planing a shift to take a driver over his hours is an offence with fines and operators licence removal. But we're just drivers who know nothing. lol
I was told by the manager I'd never work again once they got rid of me.
originally posted by: Iamthatbish
I'm not in your country or your career. However out of h.s. I used to temp as a receptionist ... and the best way to stay busy was to be registered with multiple agencies. They didn't like that though. But, it paid the bills. I even had two agencies offer me the exact same job for different wages.
Idk if that helps, i hope it does.