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This resource page provides useful information for people needing a PA or for PAs looking for work. If you are aware of any additional resources that you think may benefit others, then please Contact Us and let us know.
Finding and recruiting a PA for the first time can seem like a daunting task and there is legislation that you'll need to comply with. The following resources will support you through the process and help reduce the concerns you might be facing. Our explanations, examples and downloadable templates should provide you with a good starting point through this process.
Using a PA who is self-employed is an option for you, especially if you're only requiring support for a short period of time or for ad hoc occasions. A self-employed PA will be registered with HMRC and pay their own Income Tax and National Insurance contributions and hold their own insurances. You do not have to pay them sickness or holiday pay but they will demand a higher hourly rate of pay compared to when you employ your own PA direct. Some of the above resources will still apply with respect to advertising through to interviewing, however, the rules change slightly as outlined below:
If you are a PA or considering becoming a PA, the following resources will provide you with information and things you need to consider.