TERMS & CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS
These Terms & Conditions of Business are between Visper Technical Ltd (“the Employment Business”) and the Client. All business undertaken by the Employment Business is transacted subject to these Conditions which are incorporated into any agreement between the Employment Business and its Client unless the Employment Business has previously agreed to vary these conditions in writing. These Terms & Conditions shall be deemed to be accepted by the Client of a Permanent employee introduced by the Employment Business to the Client.
The Employment Business shall not be under any liability whatsoever to the Client, its servants or agents, for any loss, expense or damage arising from any failure of an employee to carry out the terms of engagement by / or secondment to the Client, or in any way arising from acts, statements or omissions of any employee, however caused.
The Client shall at all times keep the Company effectively indemnified against all actions, proceeding, costs, charges, claims, expenses and demands whatsoever which may be made or brought against the Employment Business in respect of injury, loss, damage or expense howsoever or whenever caused as a result of or arising out of the supply or introduction of an employee whilst employed by or seconded to the Client.
The Employment Business shall use its best endeavours to ensure the suitability of an applicant introduced to a Client. The Client must, however, satisfy itself as to the suitability of such applicant, and take up all references (unless otherwise agreed) which the Client considers necessary, and obtain all work visa / permits, and arrange all medical history of any applicant.
The Employment Business shall not be liable whether in contract, tort or otherwise for any loss of profit or personal injury howsoever arising from any act or omission whatsoever of any applicant introduced by the Employment Business.
Introductions of Applicants are confidential. The disclosure by the Client to a third party of any details regarding an Applicant introduced by the Employment Business which results in an Engagement with that third party within 6 months of the Introduction renders the Client liable for payment of the Employment Business’s fee as set out below with no entitlement to any refund.
An introduction fee will be charged in relation to any Applicant engaged as a consequence of or resulting from an introduction by or through the Employment Business, whether direct or indirect, within 6 months from the date of the Employment Business’s Introduction.
Unless otherwise expressly agreed the fee for the introduction of permanent staff is calculated as follows, that is to say a single fee being a percentage as hereinafter stated based on the first years salary, paid by the Client to the employee in return for the employee’s services in the form of salary, the said percentage being as follows;
If the employment of an employee by the Client is terminated within the period of 12 weeks from the commencement of the employment the fee charged as aforesaid shall be subject to a Free Replacement (maximum of 1), this does not include any form of Redundancy;
Not exceeding 12 weeks FREE REPLACEMENT (1)
The above rebates will only be actioned provided that the Client notifies the Employment Business in writing within 7 days of employment termination and has paid the introduction fee to the Employment Business within the agree terms. In the event of the Client subsequently re-engaging the applicant within the period of 3 calendar months from the date of termination, the full introduction fee will become payable.
The Employment Business gives no representation or warranty that any applicant is or will be available to accept any engagement, and the Employment Business shall not be liable for any damage, loss or expense suffered or incurred by the Client arising in any way from the introduction by the Employment Business or the subsequent engagement of any applicant by the Client.
PAYMENTS ARE DUE WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE DATE OF INVOICE
The Employment Business reserves the right to charge interest on overdue amounts at the rate of 4% per annum above the base rate of the Bank of England from the due date of payment.
The Client shall notify the Employment Business immediately an offer made by the Client to an applicant introduced by the Employment Business has been accepted and will provide full details of the offer so made and accepted.
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