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Are you looking for Agency Work ?

If you're looking to find a job, take that next career move, or just need a little temporary agency work to tie you over, you’re in the right place. With our wealth of contacts, we’re experts in helping jobseekers like yourself find just what you're looking for, from fulfilling and prosperous careers to short term flexible jobs.

It doesn't matter if you’re looking for your first ever job or a more senior position, we can help you apply, interview and secure your dream job;

We'll tailor your experience with Diverse Employment to suit your own specific needs.


Temp Agency Work - What Is Temping?


Temping or temporary work is based on a non-fixed term basis, but can last for any length of time, from a single day's work to months in duration. Salary is usually paid on a weekly basis and is based on an hourly rate, meaning you don't have to wait a month to get paid. It can be full time or part time hours, giving you control over when and how you work.

Employers recruit temps for a number of reasons. It could be to boost productivity at busy times, to cover staff absence or leave (such as maternity leave), for particular projects, to fill gaps in expertise or to analyse employee performance with the potential of permanent employment afterwards.

As well as offering flexibility, temping is a great way for you to learn new skills, experience new industries and meet new people.

Anyone can temp in the UK, provided that they have the right to work here. British nationals and nationals from the European Economic Area have the right to work in the UK.

Browse our latest jobs listings using the job search feature above. We have a range of opportunities in your area including admin, warehouse, retail, and driving as well as a number of part time jobs. Upload your current CV and we'll get in touch with possible opportunities you may be interested in.


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But That's Not All...

In order to ensure we can offer you roles suited to your own skills and work experience our Team of recruitment consultants will need to assess your capabilities and establish the options you will have available to you. Start the process by Registering With Diverse Employment today.

Diverse Employment prides itself in offering all job vacancy candidates with a 'Personal Touch', to us you are not just a number and so we don't just ask you to register your details with us, or simply just fill out a form without discussing your options with one of our consultants. We spend time and effort in discussing with you what your job aspirations are, what your future prospects are, how we as a highly trained team can help you to achieve your end goal - finding a job, and so registrations are by appointment only, allowing us to allocate a specific time where one of our consultants is totally devoted to you and your requirements.

Working through Diverse Employment you can expect to be treated as an equal no matter what background you come from, and should you require further training... we would assess the circumstances and then discuss with our local and national resources, means to get you the training; helping you to obtain extra skills and qualifications.

It is important to us that you do not miss out on an opportunity for work, therefore we do maintain regular contact with you via various methods of communication. Get in touch today and see if we can find you employment.

We Are Committed To You !

How do I apply for a job listed by Diverse Employment?

How do I apply for a job listed by Diverse Employment?

There are several easy ways to apply, telephone one of our offices, call into the offices, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and in the subject bar put the details of the job you would like to apply for, or simply click the apply now button on one of our online vacancies and fill out the form to apply.

Can you call, text or email me if a job role I’m interested in becomes available?

Yes we can, we can even call you on an evening if it suits you better for us to do so.

Do I have to pay to register with Diverse Employment?

No - there are no fees to sign up with Diverse Employment.

How do I upload my CV?

You can either use our dedicated online CV Upload facility or you can email your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and put CV Upload in the subject bar.

What qualifications are needed?

This is dependent upon the position you apply for and the criteria on the job specification. Your existing qualification level will be assessed in addition to your experience for suitability to a role.

What do I need to bring with me?

For Temporary and Contract work:

  • A copy of your current CV. If you don't have a CV, don't worry use our online easiCV CV creator.
  • Passport, full birth certificate, driving licence, EU Identification card (atleast 1 of)
  • Proof of NI Number
  • Proof of Address
  • Any tickets held – ie, FLT licence, CCNSG, CSCS etc

For Permanent work:
As above but we will require a CV for these roles.

Who pays me and how much will I be paid?

You are paid weekly by Diverse Employment for the hours you submit on your authorised timesheet. Your pay rate will depend on your assignment however the minimum you will receive is based on the current National Minimum wage or National Living wage dependent upon your age.

How does holiday pay work for PAYE agency workers?

As part of the Working Time Regulations (1998), PAYE Agency Workers are entitled to paid annual leave as outlined below:

  • 28 days or 5.6 weeks annual leave per year to include bank holidays
  • The holiday entitlement is 12.07% as a percentage of your pay.
  • The 12.07% figure is 5.6 weeks’ holiday, divided by 46.4 weeks (being 52 weeks – 5.6 weeks).
  • Diverse Employment’s holiday year runs from 1 June until 31 May.
  • Holiday pay accrues from the date of your first assignment with Diverse Employment until 31 May and you must claim holiday pay before the year runs out.
  • Leave cannot be carried forward from one holiday year to the next.
  • You can only claim holiday pay for days you have accrued.
  • Pay rate for holiday pay is based on average in scope earnings from the last 12 ‘working’ weeks.
How do I claim holiday pay if I have not accrued enough holiday balance?

We can only arrange payment for holiday pay that has been accrued, a holiday balance of 0 hours will result in no holiday pay.

Can you call, text or email me if a job role I’m interested in becomes available?

Yes we can, we can even call you on an evening if it suits you better for us to do so.

Do I have to pay to register with Diverse Employment?

No - there are no fees to sign up with Diverse Employment.

How do I upload my CV?

You can either use our dedicated online CV Upload facility or you can email your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and put CV Upload in the subject bar.

What qualifications are needed?

This is dependent upon the position you apply for and the criteria on the job specification. Your existing qualification level will be assessed in addition to your experience for suitability to a role.

What do I need to bring with me?

For Temporary and Contract work:

  • A copy of your current CV. If you don't have a CV, don't worry use our online easiCV CV creator.
  • Passport, full birth certificate, driving licence, EU Identification card (atleast 1 of)
  • Proof of NI Number
  • Proof of Address
  • Any tickets held – ie, FLT licence, CCNSG, CSCS etc

For Permanent work:
As above but we will require a CV for these roles.

Who pays me and how much will I be paid?

You are paid weekly by Diverse Employment for the hours you submit on your authorised timesheet. Your pay rate will depend on your assignment however the minimum you will receive is based on the current National Minimum wage or National Living wage dependent upon your age.

How does holiday pay work for PAYE agency workers?

As part of the Working Time Regulations (1998), PAYE Agency Workers are entitled to paid annual leave as outlined below:

  • 28 days or 5.6 weeks annual leave per year to include bank holidays
  • The holiday entitlement is 12.07% as a percentage of your pay.
  • The 12.07% figure is 5.6 weeks’ holiday, divided by 46.4 weeks (being 52 weeks – 5.6 weeks).
  • Diverse Employment’s holiday year runs from 1 June until 31 May.
  • Holiday pay accrues from the date of your first assignment with Diverse Employment until 31 May and you must claim holiday pay before the year runs out.
  • Leave cannot be carried forward from one holiday year to the next.
  • You can only claim holiday pay for days you have accrued.
  • Pay rate for holiday pay is based on average in scope earnings from the last 12 ‘working’ weeks.

How do I claim holiday pay if I have not accrued enough holiday balance?

We can only arrange payment for holiday pay that has been accrued, a holiday balance of 0 hours will result in no holiday pay.

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