The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
agreement dated [insert date]
[Insert name of temporary work agency] [of [insert address] OR a company incorporated in [England and Wales] under number [insert registered number]) whose registered office is at [insert address]] ('we' or ‘us’); and
[Insert name of agency worker] of [insert address] ('you').
Definitions and interpretation
In this Agreement the following expressions will, unless the context otherwise requires, have the meanings set opposite them:
services carried out by the Temporary Worker for a Client, as described in Clause 3.1 and in the related Booking Form for the particular assignment;
the meaning set out in Clause 3.4;
the Agency Worker Regulations 2010;
written confirmation of the details of a particular Assignment to be given to you on acceptance of the Assignment, as set out in Schedule 2;
a day, other than a Saturday or a Sunday, Christmas Day or Good Friday, or a day which is a bank holiday under or by virtue of the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971 in that part of Great Britain;
the meaning in regulation 7(4) of the AWR 2010;
any person, firm, partnership, or company to whom you are Introduced or supplied;
Conduct Regulations 2003
the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003; and
the meaning given to it in Clause 11.1;
the employment of you or
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