Key Information Document for a PSC Limited Company

This is an example of a draft Key Information Document:

  1. Key Information Document – working through a Personal Service Company 

This document sets out key information about your relationship with us, including details about pay, holiday entitlement and other benefits. Further information can be found at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/836294/key-information-document-for-agency-workers-business-employer-guidance.pdf  

eneral Information

Your name:

Mr John Smith (Example)

 

Name of employment business:

E-Resourcing Ltd

 

Your employer (if different from the employment business):

Your Limited Company

Type of contract you will be engaged under:

Contract for Services

 

Who will be responsible for paying you (if different from your employer):

Your Limited Company

How often you will be paid:

Timesheets and Invoices are processed monthly

 

Expected or minimum rate of pay:

To be agreed by the Limited Company - National minimum wage or above

 

Deductions from your pay required by law:

None

 

Any other deductions or costs from your pay (to include amounts or how they are calculated):

None

Any fees for goods or services:

None

 

Holiday entitlement and pay:

Your legal holiday entitlement per annum is: 28 days holiday inclusive of bank holidays. Your holiday pay is included in the rate that is paid monthly to your Limited Company

Additional benefits:

None

 

 

Example pay

Example rate of pay:

£350 (example – Exclusive of VAT)

 

Deductions from your wage required by law:

None

 

Any other deductions or costs from your wage:

None

 

Any fees for goods or services:

None

 

Example net take home pay:

None

 

 

 

Signing as a Limited Company

This document explains your pay information if you engage as a Limited Company personal service company. If you engage with an employment business as a Limited Company, then you can opt out of being covered by the Conduct Regulations. The opt out must be given in writing to the employment business by both the Limited Company and the person being supplied to do the work. The employment business cannot encourage you to do this and it must be your own decision. This is contained within the Contract. Agency workers placed in roles working with, or caring for, vulnerable persons cannot opt out of the Conduct Regulations. This document is for information only and does not qualify as an agreement for opting out of the conduct regulations.

 

The Employment Agency Standards (EAS) Inspectorate is the government authority responsible for the enforcement of certain agency worker rights. You can raise a concern with them directly on 020 7215 5000 or through the ACAS helpline on 0300 123 1100, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm.