From 6 April 2020, the documents you issue to agency workers will change.
As part of the Good Work Plan and the government’s response to the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices, a number of changes to employment legislation will take effect from April 2020. Below is a summary of the key changes employers need to prepare for in relation to Key Information Documents.
From 6 April 2020 agency workers must be provided with a key information document, including the following:
The document must be provided before agreeing the terms by which the work-seeker will undertake work.
This will be enforced by the Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate. They have not specified the penalties for failure to comply, but we expect there could be reputation issues for compliance failures.
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