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Key Information Document – Fixed Term Booking


This page sets out key information about your relationship with us whilst undertaking a Fixed Term Booking (FTB) contract. During a FTB assignment, you have been introduced to our client and will be engaged directly by them.


Name of employment agency:
Chefs Jobs UK t/a CJUK

Your employer:
Our client organisation where you’re carrying out your assignment

The type of contract you’re engaged on should be agreed between you and your employer

Who is responsible for paying you:
Your employer

How often you will be paid:
To be agreed between you and your employer

Expected or minimum rate of pay:
Each assignment differs and the rate of pay will be discussed with you and confirmed in writing each time before starting your contract

Pay deductions required by law:
There are some deductions which your employer is legally obliged to make, such as PAYE and National Insurance

Any fees for goods or services:
If you are required to have a DBS check for your contract, this will need to be paid for by yourself. Our consultants can help you obtain a DBS Check via our sister company, Personnel Checks Ltd

Holiday entitlement and pay:
Holiday entitlement and pay details should be set out in your contract with your employer

When will you send my P45?:
Your employer should issue your P45  following payment of your last wages and accrued holiday pay.

Pension Scheme:
It is a Government requirement to provide a pension scheme to all employees. Some employers postpone enrolment for an agreed period. This should be confirmed with your employer.

Holiday entitlement and pay:
Holiday entitlement and pay details should be set out in your contract with your employer

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