Capital Procedures For Temporary/Contract Assignments
Prior to each assignment, you will be provided with a time sheet and advised of the client company's name and address along with a contact name and full job description. If an unavoidable occurrence, such as illness, prevents you from going to an assignment, makes you late, or requires you to leave early, telephone your temporary controller at Capital Human Resources Group on (01) 210 1010 as soon as possible.
Provide us with your PPS number and your bank details along with your P45. Please post your P45 at the earliest to the address below.
Timesheets should be faxed to our Accounts Department, on (01) 210 1020 by close of business every Friday or your last working day. Timesheets received after 12.00 noon on Monday will not be included in the payroll that week
Code of Conduct
Please remember that you are being paid and engaged by Capital Recruitment Ltd and should at all time represent both Capital's and our clients best interests. Do not discuss rates of pay with anyone else, including clients and other staff members. If you are asked about rates or future work it is advisable to refer the enquirer to Capital Human Resources Group. It is very important that you respect the client's confidentiality regarding any work you may undertake.
You should neither make nor receive personal telephone calls and ideally, not take time out during the assignment to arrange or attend interviews. If this is necessary, please liaise with your recruitment consultant who will cover this with our client.
Dress smartly and conservatively. Formal business suit is usually appropriate. No leather or denim garments. If in doubt, please check with your Recruitment Consultant for clarification on the dress code for the particular company.
Useful taxation details for candidates:
Many temporary candidates may need to contact the tax office and the Dublin Regional PAYE LoCall telephone number for employees is 1890 333 425.
Please note that Capital Recruitment's employer number is 8297579S and temps are advised to have this number on hand when communicating with the tax office.
The Irish Revenue website provides a comprehensive explanation of all aspects of personal taxation in Ireland. The website can be found at http://www.revenue.ie/. The site includes guides on how PAYE operates and also further guidelines to non-national employees when first working in Ireland.
Capital Human Resources Group, Capital House, Temple Road, Blackrock, Co Dublin