WHAT IS SLINGER STAFF?
Slinger is a staffing platform connecting and empowering people in the hospitality game. We connect the right talent with the right businesses by offering a space for people to share skills and endorse each other while celebrating the incredible mix of talent that flows into this industry.
Your network is your net-worth. There are so many great people working in the hospitality industry, from all walks of life. This should make it one of the most exciting environments to work in and valuable places to learn life experiences, breed creativity and get advice. We want to celebrate this diversity by recognising the heroes within it, and ultimately, change the reputation of the hospitality industry so it too can be celebrated.
As the work economy gets more flexible, temporary and less rigid we need to establish a system that makes freelancers and businesses offering temp roles feel just as supported, safe and nurtured within that. No one is there to just ‘fill a gap’. Short-term work; long term connections.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
London Weighting Area
(E, EC, W, EC, SE, SW, N, NW, BR, CR, DA, HA, KT, TN, TW, and UB postcodes)
Standard Rate: £10.85/hour (London Living Wage)
48 Hours Notice: £12/hour
24 Hours Notice: £13/hour
On The Day: £15/hour
National Area (Excluding London Weighting Postcodes)
Standard Rate: £9.50/hour (National Living Wage)
48 Hours Notice: £10.50/hour
24 Hours Notice: £11.50/hour
On The Day: £13.50/hour
Agency Fee: £2/hour ex.VAT
What if I need to cancel?
We only charge for cancellations made on the day of the shift or the day before, if it's the day before we charge 50% of the booking and if you cancel on the day we charge 100% of the booking.
When do I get paid?
After you have successfully completed a job, your invoice will automatically get generated at 6am the following Monday, from the moment the invoice is generated you will receive payment within 28 days to your bank account,
What do I do if I'm not registered as self-employed?
To use Slinger you must be either self-employed. To register yourself as self-employed you need to register for and file your self assessment tax return, this can be done here via the gov.uk website. When you have registered as self-employed you will receive a UTR (Unique Taxpayer Reference) number, this can be entered in your account section in profile information.