The guidelines are intended to assist organisations in the recruitment sector with understanding the requirements of AWR and complying when they come into force.
When introduced, AWR will give agency workers the same basic employment rights and working conditions as employees recruited directly by the organisation following a 12-week qualifying period.
Employment relations minister Edward Davey said the focus has been on making the guidelines all-encompassing.
"We have collaborated with key organisations including employment agencies, employers, trade unions and representative bodies to develop this guidance and I believe the resulting document will help prepare everyone," he added.
Last week, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation hosted a conference in London examining the impact of AWR and the importance of recruitment organisations to the country's jobs market.
For all of the latest sales industry news visit www.aaronwallis.co.uk. If you are looking to hire in your sales team Aaron Wallis offer the UK’s most inclusive sales recruitment service which includes skills testing, psychometrics and a 12 month rebate scheme as standard. For Sales Director jobs visitwww.aaronwallis.co.uk.
Posted by John Oak and Wayne Bly
Source: The Sales Director News