You are required to notify Topselect of sickness as soon as possible on the first day of absenteeism. You may do this via e-mail. In addition, you should inform your actual line manager. If you have recovered and are back at work, you should send a message to Topselect.
You are entitled to 91% of your wage during the first 52 weeks of sickness and 80% during the 53rd and up to and including the 104th week of sickness. The minimum entitlement is the statutory minimum wage applicable for the relevant employee. The 1st day of occupational disability is a waiting day. For on-call employees, this regulation will only apply for the day(s) you are called up and scheduled or become sick during work.
You are entitled to continued payment of wages in the event of sickness for a maximum of two years. This naturally only applies for the duration of your employment contract. See also the Topselect employment terms for more about this.
If you are an on-call employee, you report any leave hours to Topselect via your account. Hours will only be paid out if sufficient allowance has been accumulated. Your timesheet will specify how many hours you have accumulated.
Monthly wage earners will receive an invitation from the Leave app once they are employed by Topselect. You can use this system to report your leave hours to Topselect after your line manager has given permission. You can also see immediately how many leave hours you (still) have left.
On-call employees will have their hours paid if the public holiday falls on a day on which you would normally work / be called up.
If applicable, you can fill in the hours under the option ‘holidays’ in your timesheet.
If you have a contract that specifies a monthly wage, you will receive continued payment of wages on public holidays if it concerns a day on which you would normally work.
If you are an on-call employee, you will, in addition to your wage, accumulate an allowance for holiday pay and holidays (leave hours). The holiday pay will be paid out annually in May, or at the end of the employment if you leave your employment prematurely.
If you take a leave day, you can indicate this by selecting the option ‘leave’ in your timesheet. Your timesheet will specify how many leave hours you have accumulated.
If you have a contract that specifies a monthly wage, your employment contract will detail the number of holiday hours to which you are entitled with continued payment of wages. Holiday hours are not paid; you are supposed to take them during the term of your contract. Holiday pay will be paid annually in May, or at the end of the employment if you leave your employment prematurely.
You can book leave via the Leave app. You will be invited to do this at the beginning of your contract.