Skilled Worker Visas (Previously T2 Visas) have restrictions on how many hours you can work per week for additional employers.

Workers on Skilled Worker Visas are restricted to working only 20 hrs a week in additional employment other than the sponsoring employer.

At this moment in time, during term time you will only be able to pick up one shift per week due to the limitations of our platform.

From April 6 2022, new regulations were put in place by the Home Office on how Employers need to check a new employee's Right to Work status.

If you are not a UK Citizen, we will need a current share code from you instead of a copy of your Visa/Biometric Residence Permit.

When you get to the Right to Work section during your registration, simply select which Country you are a citizen of, and you will be sent an email from Onfido, a third party we use to verify your share code.

Onfido will send you a request for an additional document in order to finalise your Right to Work Report. This will usually be proof of your sponsorship. Once this has been finalised, the Right to Work section will automatically be cleared. Everyone on a Skilled Worker visa will have a skilled worker occupation code that is four digits long, and we will also need you to input this during onboarding.

If your Share Code is in a different name than your current legal name, please click here on next steps.

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