Your details are already registered with this agency, you will need to contact the agency direct to re-register your details.
1. Name
I give my consent to the company to process the following information:

  • Name 
  • Date of Birth 
  • Contact Details 
  • Experience, training, qualifications and licences 
  • CV 
  • NI Number 

Sensitive Personal Data:

  • Bank Details 
  • Health Conditions which are relevant to the role 
  • Criminal Convictions which are relevant to the role  

I consent to the company processing the above personal data for the following purposes:

  • For the company to provide me with work finding services 

We may share your personal data with third parties, including HMRC, when required to meet our legal obligations

The consent will last 3 years from the last date of contact, at this point, unless we are informed otherwise, the data will be deleted. 

Consent can be withdrawn at any time by contacting Elite Employment  

2. Signature 

1. What Type of Work are you looking for? (You can select more than one option)
2. What Shifts do you prefer? (You can select more than one option)
3. What is your prefered start time 
4. When are you available to start work 
5. Which area(s) can you travel to for work?  
6. Are You PAYE / Umbrella or Limited ( Please name your prefered Umbrella Company if applicable ) 

1. Do you suffer from any of the following:
2. Have you had any problems which affect your ability to:
3. Do you have any health issues or a disability which may make it difficult for you to carry out functions which are essential to the role(s) you are applying for?
4. If Yes, Please give details below:
5. If you have a disability, what are your needs, in terms of reasonable adjustments, to access this recruitment service, attend interviews or inductions / assessments? 
6. Signature

The Working Time Regulations 1998, effective from 1st October 1998, state that a workers average working time shall not exceed 48 hours per week, unless the worker agrees in writing, that the limit shall not apply

We are required to retain this information for inspection by the enforcement authority.


1. Name
Declaration

I agree to have the option to work more than 48 hours per week.

I understand that i can terminate this agreement at any time, subject to giving 7 days notice in writing. 

2. Signature 

1. Do you have any unspent criminal convictions 
2. If Yes, Please give details below

1. This is for Driving Applications Only - Please skip this page if you are NOT applying for Driving Work 
I confirm that I give my permission for Elite Employment Solutions LTD to carry out DVLA Licence Checks as part of the Registration Process and periodically (usually every 3 months) while I am working on assignment with Elite Employment. Licence Checks are completed to help determine suitable roles as part of our work finding services and to ensure we comply with our obligations set out in our insurance policy.
2. Name
3. Signature 

This is for HGV Driving Applications Only - Please skip this page if you are NOT applying for Driving Work 
1. Name
The Road Transport {Working Time} Regulations {RTWT} requires employment businesses to maintain records of the Working Time of the mobile workers who are involved in operations subject to EU drivers' hours' rules. An employment business is obliged to ensure that the Working time limits specified below are complied with for temporary workers they engage:

Summary of the RTWT Regulations

In summary the RTWT regulations provide for the following: 

  • Mobile drivers (such as HGY drivers and crew) are subject to a maximum Working Time of 48 hours per week over a default 17- week reference period; this default reference period may be changed to a rolling reference period and extended to 26 weeks in certain circumstances
  • There is a maximum weekly limit of 60 Hours Working Time 
  • There is a maximum of 10 hours night work within each 24-hour period. Night time is defined as midnight to 4:00am {for goods vehicles and 01:00am and 05:00am (for passenger vehicles). This maximum may be extended in certain circumstances. 
  • Rest periods: Mobile workers must take the following breaks: 30 minutes after 6 hours Working Time and 45 minutes for over 9 hours Working Time. It is important to note that EU Drivers Hours breaks, and rest periods still apply.

How we calculate your average Working Time

We will calculate your average Working Time over a 17-week calendar reference period. The reference period we will use begins on midnight on the nearest Monday morning on or after 1 April, 1 August and 1 December each year and ending at midnight at the beginning of the nearest Monday falling on or after 17 weeks of these dates. If we decide to operate a 26-week rolling reference period we will confirm this in writing to you.

Your responsibilities

It is your responsibilities to inform us of all your Working Time during the reference periods we use and to keep us updated as to any additional Working time you undertake for other employers or employment businesses for these purposes during an assignment. It is also your responsibility to accurately record your Working Time during an assignment.

RTWT Regulations have been introduced to protect and safeguard the health and safety of mobile worker, other road users and the public. A mobile worker also has a responsibility for complying with the regulations. If the mobile worker knowingly breaks the rules (eg neglects to inform their employer or employment business about other work, or knowingly makes a false record), then they will be committing a criminal offence and may be subject to a fine on conviction of up to £5000. (Regulation 18 of the RTWT Regulations).

The RTWT Regulations require that all work undertaken for other employers must be taken into account when we calculate your Working Time during the relevant reference period. Both transport and non-transport work must be taken into account.

2. Both transport and non-transport working time must be declared. If you are engaged in charitable or voluntary work, or work for the TA, fire service or police you must inform us and you should fill out the chart below as if you were engaged in other work, even though we may exclude time spent on such activities from our calculation of your Working Time.
I have accurately detailed all my Working Time during the current reference period in the above chart and that it is true and correct to the best of my knowledge; and I may be engaged in other work in addition to my work for Elite Employment Ltd which needs to be included in the calculation of my Working Time under the RTWT Regulations; and I will keep Elite Employment Ltd informed in writing as to the details of Working time undertaken for other employers or employment businesses on a weekly basis; and I will inform Elite Employment Ltd immediately if there are any changes to my situation which impacts upon my Working Time
3. Signature 

1. Name
2. The Main EU Rules on Driving Hours are that you must not drive more than how many hours per week 
3. Under EU Rules, in any two consecutive weeks, what is the maximum number of hours that can be worked
4. What is the maximum average number of hours that can be worked each week during a reference period of 26 weeks?
5. Which are most important – EU Drivers Hours or Working Time Rules Tick
6. Under the Working Time Directive, what is the maximum time you can work before you need to take a break
7. Under EU Rules, how long should daily rest period be
8. How many times can you reduce your daily rest 
9. Under EU Rules, what is the maximum daily driving time allowed
10. Under EU Rules what is the normal weekly rest period that must be taken
11. How many days does a drivers Digi Card normally cover
12. You're Driving under EU Tachograph regulations and lose your digi card. When must you inform the relevant authority 

1. Full Name 
Agreement for Work Finding Services

Introduction: We generally operate as an Agency and Employment Business, as referred to in the Regulations, and we are in the business of providing recruitment services to Clients looking for workers, and work finding services to candidates seeking work. You are seeking work, have provided us with your personal details to be registered on our database of candidates, and have asked us to locate work for you. We are prepared to seek work for you on the basis set out in these terms, and you wish to accept our services.

We are Elite Employment Solutions Limited at 39-41 Victoria Road, Widnes WA8 7RP. (throughout “we”, “us”, “our” and “ours”) including, for the purposes of this agreement, our branch offices and our subsidiary or associated companies.

Our Obligations to You

1 Whilst your details are registered on our database (a) We may from time to time and at our sole discretion search for work opportunities for you, usually within the Work Types, and if we consider any opportunity may be suitable we may inform you of any terms proposed (b) We may, where appropriate in each case, arrange an interview for you to meet a Client and assist in concluding any negotiations but we offer no guarantee that an opportunity we inform you of will be capable of being progressed.

2 If you do not wish us to provide your information to any particular potential hirer it is important that you inform us in writing, providing us with sufficient detail so that we can recognise all of the persons or organisations you wish to exclude, and we cannot accept any liability if we provide your information to any potential hirer other than one you have specifically excluded.

3 In respect of temporary work we have arrangements with external employment management and payroll services providers (PSP) to whom you may, at our absolute discretion, be introduced when it is appropriate to do so. We subcontract the work services we supply to our Clients to a PSP which it fulfils using its representatives. Where we locate temporary work which may be suitable for you, we may make arrangements for you to contract with a PSP to become a representative of the PSP for the supply of your services to us, as their client, for the duration of an assignment.

4 You acknowledge that if you do decide to contract with the PSP, terms relating to any temporary work assignment, including matters such as rates and intervals of pay, entitlement to any annual leave, and any notice periods will be subject to that Agreement.

5 Regardless of the contents of the contract provided to you by the PSP, Elite Employment Solutions Limited contract with the PSP on a discretionary basis to ensure that all temporary workers (excluding self-employed contractors) supplied to us for assignments receive entitlement for up to 28 days leave in each holiday year (accrued at the rate of 12.07% of each basic hour worked on assignment) which can be used during the term of any assignment worked on behalf of Elite Employment Solutions Limited.

6 The holiday year runs from 1st April to 31st March each year. Accrued entitlement MUST be used within the holiday year. 

7 You acknowledge that this agreement between you and us is for work finding services only and you are not our employee nor are you engaged directly by us for any purpose. Your agreement 6 In consideration of registration of your details on our database, whilst you are so registered, you agree (a) To provide us with a full and accurate curriculum vitae if you have not already done so, and, if we request it, proper evidence of your entitlement to work in the United Kingdom and any qualifications or certificates that are referred to in your curriculum vitae or otherwise disclosed by you (b) To provide us with any information we reasonably request and any information relevant to the decision of a Client to engage you including information that may result in the best interests of a Client being affected in any way, whether relating to your health or ability to perform work efficiently or otherwise (including charges for criminal offences and undischarged criminal convictions), together with details of any periods of sickness you may have taken during the year preceding the date of this agreement and whether such sickness or any matter relating to it may in your proper opinion be likely to reoccur (c) To our retention and use of all information and documents we obtain, either from you or from any other party relating to you, for the purpose of our statutory obligations and for locating work for you, including the provision of such information and documentation to a Client, and relevant use by the Client, but you may withdraw your consent by notice in writing to us at any time and thereafter we shall only provide such information and documents where required by law (d) That clause 6(c) shall apply to information received by us both before and after commencement of any engagement or assignment we arrange and you warrant that all information you provide hereunder shall be full and accurate in all material respects (e) Upon request, to provide us with names of suitable referees that are not Relatives as defined in regulations (f) At all times to act in good faith towards us, and advise us if you wish your registration on our database to be removed. 

Your Agreement


1 In consideration of registration of your details on our database, whilst you are so registered, you agree

(a) To provide us with evidence of your entitlement to work in the United Kingdom and any qualifications or certificates that are referred to in your application or otherwise disclosed by you

(b) To provide us with any information we reasonably request and any information relevant to the decision of a Client to engage you including information that may result in the best interests of a Client being affected in any way, whether relating to your health or ability to perform work efficiently or otherwise (including charges for criminal offences and undischarged criminal convictions), together with details of any periods of sickness you may have taken during the year preceding the date of this agreement and whether such sickness or any matter relating to it may in your proper opinion be likely to reoccur

(c) To our retention and use of all information and documents we obtain, either from you or from any other party relating to you, for the purpose of our statutory obligations and for locating work for you, including the provision of such information and documentation to a Client, and relevant use by the Client, but you may withdraw your consent by notice in writing to us at any time and thereafter we shall only provide such information and documents where required by law

(d) That clause 6(c) shall apply to information received by us both before and after commencement of any engagement or assignment we arrange and you warrant that all information you provide hereunder shall be full and accurate in all material respects

(e) Upon request, to provide us with names of suitable referees that are not Relatives as defined in regulations

(f) At all times to act in good faith towards us, and advise us if you wish your registration on our database to be removed.  

General

1 It is further agreed that

(a) Whilst we shall at all times act in good faith, we may remove your details from our database if we have no contact with you or you are no longer seeking work 

(b) We have no obligation to provide you with any information or service other than specifically as set out in this agreement or required by law

(c) We do not guarantee that any work will be found and we do not accept any liability if we do not locate any such work for you, nor do we guarantee that any work found will be suitable for you

(d) you recognise that a Client may withdraw an opportunity at any time before you have formally agreed to become engaged by such Client, and, whilst we shall endeavour to obtain accurate information from a Client, whether as to a role, nature of the work or otherwise, we accept no liability for information we have passed to you in good faith and cannot guarantee its accuracy

(e) You recognise that any temporary work we locate that may be suitable for you is subject to you entering an Agreement with the PSP and we accept no liability if they decide not to engage you for any reason

(f) We shall not be liable for any loss or damages if work found for you is not suitable, for any action tort or breach of contract by a Client or PSP, for any failure by us to provide any information or service, save to the extent strictly required by law or arising out of any representation made by a Client or a PSP to you, or by us to you in good faith and deriving from inaccurate or incomplete information provided by a Client or a PSP to us

(g) without prejudice to clause 7(f) our liability in any event, save for monies due for work done, shall be limited to direct loss only and shall not exceed £20,000 save where a limit is precluded by law

(h) No provision in this agreement is intended to, nor shall it, affect or prejudice any right you may have under any law relating to discrimination and all the provisions of this agreement are reasonable

(i) each portion of this agreement, defined by punctuation, and paragraphs, is separate, distinct and severable and to give meaning to the intention of you and us the Court may modify any portion of this agreement that may otherwise be void; subject thereto a void portion may be severed, and the remaining provisions, including any such modified hereunder, shall continue in force

(j) Clauses intended to have effect following termination shall survive termination

(k) This agreement will continue until terminated on one week’s written notice by one party to the other

(l) this agreement is the sole agreement between you and us, supersedes any previous agreement relating to our services, and you have not relied on any representation made by us that is not set out in this agreement, and this agreement may not be varied save by agreement of both you and us (whether orally or otherwise) and confirmed in writing by us and signed by our authorised officer

(m) We may assign our rights and obligations under this agreement but you may not do so without our prior written consent

(n) The Laws of England and Wales govern this agreement and the English Courts have sole jurisdiction. Definitions and meanings Client - A client of ours, including any third party with whom we have a relationship of any kind as a client, or potential client, who may be interested in employing you, or does employ you, or who may wish to utilise your services on assignment in any way Regulations - The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003 PSP – Employment Management and Payroll Service Provider PSP Agreement – an agreement between you and the PSP, whether a contract of employment, a contract for services or any other terms of engagement agreed between you and PSP Work Types -

The types of work we shall seek for you are set out in your registration form. 

2. Signature 
3. Date