You register with our Employment Umbrella and become an employee of Danbro
We’re sent the contract for your services for a specified number of hours at the rate you agreed with your agency or direct client
Each week or month (depending on your contract) we send an invoice to your agency or direct client for the work you’ve done
We make the statutory deductions relating to your employment with us (Employer's National Insurance and Apprenticeship Levy) and pay them directly to HMRC.
We retain our margin and deduct any contributions you're opted into. These are all broken down in the 'Company Deductions' section (pg 2)
Your agency or direct client forwards the funds to us, you'll see this on your reconciliation sheet (pg 2) as 'Contracted Rate'
We deduct Employee's National Insurance and Income Tax and pay them directly to HMRC, you'll see these on your payslip (pg 1) in the 'Deductions' section
We pay you your take-home pay. This is shown in the 'Paid' section (pg 1)
What happens when you get paid?
Every time we pay you, we send you a text message to let you know, and at the same time we put a payslip on your portal. It's a 2 page document - page 2 is a reconciliation sheet and page 1 is your payslip.
It’s really important to understand what these pages tell you, so the following is designed to help explain how your pay is worked out.
We start on page 2 , your reconciliation sheet, as this shows the income we receive from your agency for the work you have done. There are separate breakdowns for company deductions and expenses.
What remains after these deductions is yours. Your gross pay is shown at the end of the Pay Summary section of your reconciliation sheet and this is carried over to page 1, your payslip, as illustrated in the sections below.
Understanding your Reconciliation Sheet
This shows the money paid to us by your agency
This section summarises what happens with the money sent by your agency
Contracted Rate Less Ref B - Company Deductions
Plus Holiday Pay Advance
Total Gross Pay
This is your total gross pay which you'll see reflected at the top of pg 1 below. The rest of the page (pg 2) shows how we get from the contracted rate to YOUR gross pay
This section breaks down all the money sent by your agency.
In this example there's pay for a week
**Gross Pay includes National Minimum Wage (£327.00) and Discretionary Profit Sharing Bonus (£393.81)
This section breaks down the deductions we make from the contracted rate. We retain our margin and make the deductions required by law.
Holiday pay is paid back to you.
We'll email you information about the pension scheme once you start work
Standard Rate Pay
We deduct the Apprenticeship Levy & Employer's NI at this stage. This is because it's our responsibility as your employer to make these deductions
*This cost is made up of Employers National Insurance (£88.15 and Apprenticeship Levy (£4.04) only
Understanding your Payslip
This is your payslip
This is Employee's National Insurance
This is your holiday pay - we advance it to you every time you're paid
Holiday Pay Advance
This is your gross pay which was calculated on your reconciliation sheet (pg 2) shown above
Total Gross Pay
Payments This Period
If we pay you more than once in a pay period, all the payments will be listed here and the cumulative value of your pay, for the whole period, will be shown
Total Net Pay This Period
This is your take-home pay
Year To Date
Your Tax code is set by HMRC, you can watch our video below to find out more about how they work
Understanding your Tax Code
Watch our video below for more information on what the letters in your tax code mean.