TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE INTRODUCTION
OF PERMANENT STAFF
• (a) These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between Elev8 Recruitment Solutions (UK) Ltd trading as Elev8 Recruitment (the Company) and the Employer (the Client) and shall be deemed to be accepted by and binding on the Client upon any Candidate introduced by (the Company), (the Candidate) being interviewed by the Client or upon engagement of the Candidate by the Client or any associated company of the Client in any capacity at any time and whether under a contract of or for service (Engagement).
• (b) The Client simultaneously to provide to (the Company) a copy of any engagement letter issued to a candidate.
• (a) No fee is payable for preliminary discussions and recommendations. The Client shall pay (the Company) a fee upon engagement of the candidate which is calculated as a percentage of the candidates’ first years’ basic salary.
• (b) An introduction fee will be charged in relation to any applicant who is engaged as a result from an introduction by or through (the Company), even though the introduction may be made indirectly and regardless of the position for which that the applicant was originally submitted.
• (c) If monies are not received within 30 days of agreed payment terms a debt collector is instructed and you will be liable for their costs.
|Total annual salary||% charge|
|All trainees (0-6 months)||15%|
|All experienced placements (6+Months)||20%|
• (d) Value Added Tax must be added to all fees referred to.
• (e) Invoices will be payable no later than 14 days after invoice date. If Payment is not received within that agreed period the rebate term will become null and void.
• (f) (the Company) reserves the right to charge interest on fees overdue by more than 30 days at the rate of 2.5% for each period of 30 days of delayed payment.
• (g) Where any Candidate introduced by (the Company) to a Client is rejected initially but is employed subsequently by that Client within 12 months of such introduction, the Client shall pay (the Company) its fees in full in respect of that Candidate as if such rejection had not occurred.
• (h) The Client’s liability for (the Company) fees arises where (the Company) introduces a Candidate who is not employed or engaged by the Client but is referred directly or indirectly by the Client or on its behalf to a third party which includes another company or business in the same group of companies as the Client where such third party employs or engages the Candidate.
• (a) In the event of the Candidate leaving the Client’s service within 8 weeks of the commencement of working for the Client the fee referred to above shall be subject to rebate as below providing, such fee was paid in accordance with the time specified on the invoice. Should the Client or any associate company of the Client re-engage the Candidate within 6 months of the termination the full fee becomes payable less credit for any amounts already paid to (the Company) in respect of the engagement. No rebate will be made unless (the Company) is informed within 7 days of the termination or if the termination is due to redundancy.
|Period of employment||% of rebate|
• (a) The Client is responsible for taking up references as to the Candidate’s qualifications, capabilities, integrity, medical history and suitability to suit the job specification. It is also the Client’s responsibility to obtain a work permit for the Candidate where necessary.
• (b) (the Company) shall not be liable whether on behalf of itself or on behalf of its employees or agents for any loss, damage, costs, expenses whatsoever or injury arising directly or indirectly in connection with any act or omission of any candidate introduced by it.
• (c) These standard terms shall continue in full force and effect in respect of all Candidate introductions made by (the Company) to a Client unless otherwise agreed in writing.
• (d) These terms and conditions are subject to change and review only with written consent of the Director of (the Company).
• (e) These terms shall be governed and construed in accordance with English law