At the end of each assignment please complete a Timesheet
Send the completed signed Timesheet to us
Payment is made directly to your Bank, and is in your account each Friday for the previous week’s work
Your payslip is emailed to you each Wednesday
TAX AND NATIONAL INSURANCE
When you start working for Covent Garden we’ll need your P45 from your previous Employer. We also need your National Insurance number.
Do you have a P45?
YES: Please send the P45 to the Accounts Department as soon as possible. While we are waiting for your P45 we need you to read the following statements carefully and tell us which one applies to you by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
NO: Please read the following statements carefully and tell us which one applies to you by email to email@example.com
Employee Statement - Required Information
You need to select only one of the following statements A, B or C
A - This is my first job since last 6 April and I have not been receiving
taxable Jobseeker's Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance,
taxable Incapacity Benefit, State or Occupational Pension.
B - This is now my only job but since last 6 April I have had another
job, or received taxable Jobseeker's Allowance, Employment and
Support Allowance or taxable Incapacity Benefit. I do not receive a
State or Occupational Pension.
C - As well as my new job, I have another job or receive a State or
Do you have an outstanding Student Loan that you repay through your payroll?
If you have a Student Loan which is not fully repaid and you left a course of UK higher education before last 6 April please let us know.
Please include in your email your full name, which statement applies to you A, B, or C and if you have an outstanding student loan that you repay through your payroll.
Tax Office Details:
Inland Revenue Chapel Wharf Area
PAYE Reference: 951 C5229WW
Trinity Bridge House
2 Dearmans Place
Tel: 0845 300 0627
If you don’t have a National Insurance Number then please call the National Insurance Number Allocation Service on 0845 6000 643.
HOLIDAY PAY INFORMATION
Your statutory holiday entitlement is 28 days (5.6 weeks) made up of 20 days plus 8 days Public Holidays.
Your holiday year starts from your date of joining and your entitlement to paid leave cannot be replaced by payment in lieu.
For each week worked you accrue 1/52 of 5.6 weeks holiday which is rounded up to 0.11 per week.
The minimum holiday you can claim for is 1 day (0.20). For each day that you claim for you are paid your average daily hours at your average hourly rate, based on your previous 12 weeks work (or less if you haven’t worked 12 weeks).
Your total of accrued leave is shown each week on your payslip as 'Annual Leave (Weeks) Due'.
To claim your Holiday Pay please submit your Timesheet with the days you wish to claim clearly marked as 'HOLIDAY PAY' by ticking the Holiday Pay box on the online Timesheet.
Don’t hesitate to call or email for further advice on Holiday Pay.