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Umbrella

Orange Genie Umbrella - fully compliant umbrella company employment 

The freedom of contracting with the security of employment and the benefits you’d expect from a large employer 

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As a professional driver, you need reliable support and simple, no-nonsense advice, so you know you’re using the best option for your circumstances while remaining fully compliant with legislation. We offer both umbrella company employment and specialist accountancy services, so our experts are well placed to advise you which option suits you best.  

Where umbrella company employment is most appropriate, you’ll be employed by Orange Genie, meaning you have a single period of employment across all your assignments. This allows you to work for more than one agency or client without complicating your employment history or tax position. You’ll also have full employment rights, including paid holiday, statutory payments like sick pay and maternity/paternity pay, and access to a workplace pension.  

You’ll also have access to Orange Genie Edge, our amazing employee benefits platform, designed to help you make your money go further, care for yourself and your family and get more out of life as a contractor.  

You’ll also be covered by our insurance, including Public Liability, Professional Indemnity, employer’s Liability and Driver’s Negligence insurance, so there’s no need to arrange your own. 

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