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Twelve-week qualifying period
In order to complete the qualifying period an agency worker must work in the same role with the same hirer for 12 consecutive weeks in one or more assignments. If an agency worker is working in a part-time position and only works one or two days a week they are still entitled to equal treatment after 12 continuous weeks in the same role for the same hirer.
The main examples of where agency workers do not continue to accrue the qualifying period:
It is important to be aware that an agency worker can qualify for equal treatment after 12 weeks in the same role with the same hirer even if they are supplied by more than one recruitment consultancy.
There are some situations where the qualifying period will continue to accrue:
There are some situations where agency workers do not fall into the Agency Workers Regulations:
To download the Radley Green AWR candidate guide click here.
If you have any further questions regarding AWR please do not hesitate to contact Radley Green.