We give you the opportunity to work for yourself under the Heath Appointments name. Instead of spending days sorting out your company details, getting a website up and running and designing your company graphic and business documents, you can be up and running working for yourself the day after you resign from your existing employers, you can really hit the ground running without losing touch with your particular market place.
Once you’ve signed a Contract for Services document, which basically says you’re self employed but working under the Heath Appointments name, we’ll set up your personalised page on the Heath Appointments website where clients and candidates can view and apply for your jobs and find your contact details. Then all that’s needed is for you to update your LinkedIn profile to be up and running.
You advise us of any placements you make, we issue an invoice to the client and once the funds have been paid to us we transfer the funds to your account within 24hours, all you have to do is send us an invoice. We take care of all the credit control.
You’re self employed, you work the hours you want and have nobody to answer to but yourself. No targets, unlimited holidays and the comfortable surroundings of your own home, local park, hot tub or wherever you choose to work from. Its as simple as you want it to be.
Who should apply?
Being self employed isn’t for everyone.
If you need the daily banter of working in an office it’s not for you.
If you can’t afford to pay your bills without a basic salary it’s not for you.
If you don’t have that get up and go attitude, that drive, it’s not for you.
However, if you’re a working parent who struggles with childcare costs or to get to the school in time to pick up your kids, it’s a good option.
If you’re living with your partner or your parents and they can support you whilst you get up and running, it’s a good option.
If you currently bill consistently and are sick of the company you work for taking the vast majority of the fees you generate, it’s a good option.
If you’re at a stage in your career where you don’t want to go down the management route, but are tired of not being allowed to do things ‘your way’, it’s a good option.
If you hate office politics, have a boss you seriously dislike, or are fed up of having to hit pointless KPI’s to keep the powers that be happy, even when you’re achieving your targets, it’s a good option.
Whats the catch?
Well, firstly you’re working for yourself so there is no basic salary, so you’ll only earn if you’re making placements, therefore this will only suit people who have access to an established client base, or have the drive and ambition to build something from scratch.
Secondly, there are our costs. We don’t charge you a monthly fee like some other companies, you don’t get paid we don’t get paid, simple as that. But when you do, we take just 15% of the invoice.