So I Get Holiday pay Too?

Anne Jagger provides for Holiday Pay for Temporary Workers under the European Working Time Regulations (WTR)

Practically speaking, WTR increases your hourly rate by about 12% so that you are effectively 'saving' £1.20 for every £10 you earn. This gives you roughly £120 for every 100 hours worked so, a 40 hour week will mean that you have a holiday pay fund of around £48 each week.

You can claim your holiday pay when you take time off work but, REMEMBER, any holiday will usually have to be arranged in advance with your manager or supervisor. 

Go to HOLIDAY PAY EXPLAINED for a detailed look or simply ask your Anne Jagger team member if you are still uncertain.