A Guide to Flexible Working | Career Guidance | Kelly Services United Kingdom
A Guide to Temporary Jobs
The demand for temporary and contract workers continues to rise as flexible working becomes a way of life in many companies. Temporary staff are becoming an integral part of many organisations across the UK. Whilst growing support from Government and EU legislation has made temporary work an increasingly attractive option with employers prepared to offer competitive rates of pay and benefits to secure the best employees.
What is temporary work?
Temporary work means that you are not employed on a permanent basis by anyone. You have the freedom and flexibility to decide when you want to work and for how long. Kelly has a vast range of different temporary assignments on offer and they can range from a couple of days to a six month assignment or a three year contract, and from part-time (just a few hours a day) to full time.
In today’s competitive business environment employers are turning increasingly to temporary and contract help to provide additional resources as and when they are needed as well as to cover for holidays and sickness. Temporary help is the most buoyant sector of the employment market - in fact there is a real shortage of talent and that’s where you come in.
Can I rely on Kelly?
Kelly Services has a network of branches throughout the UK. A Kelly consultant will spend time with you finding out what sort of working environment you would like to be in. We guarantee to treat you as an individual and to actively promote you to our clients.
How will I be paid?
Before any assignment your hourly rate will be agreed, at the end of the assignment or end of each week you can log in to Kelly Webtime, our online timesheet. You simply submit the hours you have completed and we do the rest. Your tax and National Insurance contributions will all be taken care of.
Why should I choose Kelly?
There are lots of reasons why Kelly Services should be your number one choice for temporary work. First of all we will look after you properly. That means give you regular work and access to free training, together with a range of flexible benefits. You are entitled to four weeks paid leave every year.
Something for everyone
Kelly Services operates across a wide range of sectors including office, retail, sales and marketing, HR, call and contact centre, hospitality as well as within the fianance and accountancy, science and engineering industries.