Agency Worker Regulations

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What do Head Teachers need to know about the Agency Worker Regulations?

Posted by | 18th October 2017 | Agency Worker Regulations, Headteachers

Agency Worker Regulations - 4myschoolsThe Agency Worker Regulations came into force on the 1st October 2011. The regulations are in place to give agency workers the same entitlement to basic employment and working conditions as if they had been employed directly, after the qualifying period.

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supply teacher survey - 4myschoolsThe National Union of Teachers NUT’s recent June 2015 supply teacher survey results offer some interesting findings from 6.5% (1,300 members) of their supply teacher membership that responded to their online survey. Here are some of the findings.

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Why REC Education Audit Certification is good

Posted by | 15th September 2015 | Agency Worker Regulations, Headteachers, Schools, Teachers

Education Audit Certification - 4myschoolsWhy is Education Audit Certification good?

In the not so distant past the Department for Education supported the audit of teaching supply agencies to help ensure standards where being met in particular around safeguarding of children.

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How can schools pay policy comply with Agency Worker Regulations for supply teachers?

Posted by | 8th September 2015 | Agency Worker Regulations, Schools, Supply Teachers

Agency Worker Regulations - 4myschoolsThe Agency Workers Regulations is very clear; it requires that agency workers be treated equally from day one of an assignment with a school and after 12 qualifying weeks they must be paid the same as if they were an employed member of staff doing the equivalent job.

For schools and supply teachers this can cause uncertainty and for highly qualified and experienced teachers on the Upper Pay Scale this can mean a significant increase in their charge and pay rate.

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