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Candidate FAQ

These are some of the most common questions we hear from candidates. If you are a company looking to recruit new employees, visit our client FAQ page.

Our service is completely free to candidates – you will never be charged.

If you have a CV ready, online registration should take less then 5 minutes. After this, we will need to arrange an in-person registration meeting. These take around 20 minutes and can be held at one of our three offices: Central Broadstairs, Discovery Park in Sandwich or Central London (near Victoria Station).

You will need to bring proof of your right to work in the UK – this is usually a passport but you can see the other accepted documents here at the website.

We also require a proof of address dated within the last 3 months.

Absolutely. We pride ourselves on helping people to find jobs and our Career Advice section is a great place to start. For suitable candidates, we are also able to help with personalised advice, please get in touch by emailing .

Companies of all types use Morgan Jones to help them find the best possible employees and we place these vacancies on a number of websites in order to widen our search. Morgan Jones will be your contact at all stages during the hiring process.

Temporary Worker Questions

We always have a wide range of temporary roles available, but we specialise in hospitality, catering, administrative, construction and production positions. You can browse the latest to see what is available. Click here to visit our Search Jobs page.

Morgan Jones pays on a weekly basis, every Friday directly to your bank account.

Your timesheet must be with us by midday on Monday in order for us to pay you on Friday. We highly recommend sending us the timesheet as soon as you have finished work for that week.

Within the first 12 weeks of taking a position, you are entitled to statutory 28 days holiday pay per annum (on a pro rata basis). After this, AWR regulations apply.

Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) are designed to protect the rights of agency (temporary) workers. All parties involved in the recruitment industry are legally obliged to ensure they are compliant with these regulations. This includes agencies, payroll providers, candidates and hirers.

AWR provides a set of best practices that ensure that that agency workers receive the same entitlements as fellow workers who have full employment status.

Please download the document below for more information. We are happy to discuss these with you, please contact us on 0808 168 1474.

Download AWR Document