temporary workforce benefits

Randstad Group Personal Accident Insurance Policy
Our insurance policy provides you with a range of benefits should you suffer accidental bodily injury whilst working on an assignment or whilst travelling directly to and from these workplaces from your normal place of residence.

How can you join?
You will automatically be covered as a beneficiary of Randstad’s Group Policy when you register for an assignment with Randstad. For more information please read the documents below. If you would like to opt out of the scheme please download our Randstad In-House Services opt out form.

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Randstad Group Personal Accident Insurance (PAI) Policy Brochure

Changes to the Group Personal Accident Insurance Policy for Randstad workers

Please find here details of the benefits provided by this policy which have been improved.

UK Government laws regarding pension provision have changed to help workers save for their retirement. This legislation places a duty of care on organisations and recruitment agencies to automatically enrol their temporary workers into a workplace pension scheme - providing the worker meets certain criteria as an ‘eligible job holder’. This is known as “auto-enrolment”.

Randstad has a legal requirement to automatically enrol its eligible jobholders into a qualifying workplace pension scheme from.

What this means for you?
Provided you are an eligible jobholder, you will be automatically enrolled into the pension fund and a 1% deduction will be made from your weekly pay. A contribution to your pension fund will be made by Randstad.

You can choose to opt out if you do not want to invest in a pension scheme. However, you may want to take independent advice on this.

If you opt out one month after entry; this is known as the “cooling off” period. In this case, you will receive a full refund of contributions. However, if you opt out after one month, you will waive the refund of contributions.

If you assignment ends with Randstad, as you will no longer be paid by Randstad, then no further deductions for your pension will be made by Randstad. However, you will not be eligible for any refunds in line with this legislation. Should you start working for another company or agency then the law states that you should be enrolled into their pension scheme when you join (subject to qualifying periods and the same eligibility criteria discussed at the start of this document).

For more information on any of the above criteria or processes, then please contact:

Tel: 0333 33 220 20

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