According to Alienation Recruitment Limited, the terms and conditions of the UK Employment agency are provided here. Overview entails that Alienation Recruitment Limited is UK based recruitment agency. Daily millions of jobseekers and employers visit the site for recruitment purposes. This document is about the terms and conditions that every visitor has to follow while surfing the website.
1. Job Posting Terms and Conditions:
When an employer visits the Alienation site to publish a job ad, it should be accurate and without any vague statement. There must be an accurate job description in every job ad. No false statement will be entertained. Client and company information must be clear.
2. Jobseekers Knowledge:
Jobseekers must know that when they apply for a job, they read all the content carefully. It’s recommended that you only apply for the jobs when you read all the job descriptions. You also need to read all the aspects of the job ad. It will save you from any kind of hassle in future.
These terms and conditions of business are between Alienation Recruitment Limited and the Client. The Client is defined as a company utilizing the services of Alienation Recruitment, (hereafter referred to as “Alienation Recruitment”). The candidate is the person introduced by Alienation Recruitment to the Client as a job applicant. All business undertaken by Alienation Recruitment on behalf of the Client is subject to these terms and conditions unless specifically varied by written agreement/format (in any form of text messages; emails; what’s app messages; google messages; messenger messages; etc as long as it is in writing and can be derived on a later date) between Alienation Recruitment and Client.
3. Appointment Nature:
An appointment takes place on the candidate’s first day of engagement with the Client, whether on a permanent, contract, temporary, freelance, consultancy or partnership basis, and whether or not such an appointment is provisional upon the effective completion of a probationary period. If a selection of a candidate takes place within twelve months of the initial introduction or any subsequent re-introduction, then such an appointment will be subject to these terms and conditions.
An introduction shall be deemed to have taken place when Alienation Recruitment provides to the Client any information which identifies a candidate, including but not limited to; a candidate’s CV, Portfolio, LinkedIn profile, personal details, contact details, a request for an interview or placement at work.
To enable Alienation Recruitment to introduce suitable candidates, the Client must provide Alienation Recruitment with all relevant information on its vacancies including anticipated start date, position and type of work required, the experience, training and qualifications necessary for the position, anticipated salary and benefits package, notice period requirements and any known risks to health and safety.
4. Management and Costs After Initial Client Contact:
Any contact made between the Client and Alienation Recruitment from the first phone call either from the Client or from Alienation Recruitment will be considered as an order made if any candidate contact with the Client has taken place thereafter. Alienation Recruitment will need to provide that they have made or received these calls and shared such details either to their Client or their candidates in retrieving format from and to the Client and/or candidate with name. This includes any contact made from Alienation Recruitment to any candidate that was hired on the books of the Client at any duration thereafter. This will be charged at the full cost of 10% placement of a whole year of the candidate’s job title initially mentioned. This will be due if the Client Registration Form has not been filled in and will be considered a breach of terms and conditions.
This means that the Client will be liable to pay the complete fee of 10% placement of the candidate’s job title. If the Client wants to disregard this; there has to be no form of evidence of any contact numbers shared between the Client or the candidate and Alienation Recruitment of any nature of either. All business undertaken by Alienation Recruitment on behalf of the Client is subject to these terms and conditions unless specifically varied by written agreement/format (in any form of text messages; emails; what’s app messages; google messages; messenger messages; etc as long as it is in writing and can be derived on a later date) between Alienation Recruitment and Client or candidate. In any other case; these costs will be owed without further discrepancies or conflicts.
Information relating to candidates is strictly confidential. If Client passes on details of a candidate to a third party that results in an appointment of that candidate by the third party, Client shall pay Alienation Recruitment a fee of candidates anticipated first-year remuneration by clause 9.
Client during this Agreement or for 12 months following the appointment of any candidate, either: Solicit, or employ directly or indirectly the services of any employee or former employee of Alienation Recruitment who has been involved in the provision of the services to the Client or;
Engage or utilize the services of any firm or company as a result of such an employee becoming a director, manager, agent or employee; a fee of £15,000 shall be payable to Alienation Recruitment by the Client.
Alienation Recruitment fees become payable on the appointment of any candidate that has been introduced by Alienation Recruitment and is based on the first year’s remuneration of the candidate. The payment includes all guaranteed income, additions and shift payments, car grants, relocation allowances, commissions, share buyouts and any other benefits which might be granted to the candidate.
The Client is obliged to advise Alienation Recruitment of total remuneration offered to the candidate immediately after an offer of engagement has been made by the Client to the candidate. Alienation Recruitment fees are fixed at 10% of the annual salary plus VAT for each Candidate.
The agreed fee is payable in respect of every temporary and permanent candidate introduced by Alienation Recruitment who is subsequently engaged (on an employed or self-employed or any other basis) with the Client or an associate firm/corporation or another third party to whom the candidate is assigned or sub-contracted to with the prior approval of the Client who is engaged, contacted, placed or interviewed now or at any time within 12 months after the introduction.
Temp to perm fee is applicable if the client offered a permanent contract (employed or self-employed basis) to any candidate introduced by Alienation Recruitment Ltd. The Client shall notify Alienation Recruitment immediately when an offer of engagement is made and provide full details.
The Client agrees to supply Alienation Recruitment with any required Purchase Order within 14 days of the appointment of a candidate regardless of the format in which the order takes place in any form of text messages; emails; what’s app messages; google messages; messenger messages; etc as long as it is in writing and can be derived. Where the Client fails to do so Alienation Recruitment is authorized to invoice the Client without an accompanying Purchase Order.
An invoice is payable within 7 days of its date of issuance. In the event of late payment; a fee of £80 will be applied immediately to the balance to cover Alienation Recruitment Ltd.’s costs for pursuing the overdue amount internally. Persistent or continued non-payment will lead to Alienation instructing specialist debt recovery agency; Recoverable Solutions Ltd. All costs incurred in pursuing the debt will be Client’s sole liability to pay; this includes, but is not limited to, tracing, commissions, debt recovery fees in general, all legal, insolvency and post-judgment enforcement costs, including Bailiff. Debts will also accrue annual interest at a rate of 10% above the Bank of England base rate, charged every month until the debt is discharged in full.
7. Complaints and Disputes:
If the client is not happy with hiring a temporary or permanent candidate, Alienation Recruitment will replace that candidate according to client requirements. In the event of a candidate leaving the Client’s employment within the first 4 weeks of commencement for any reason other than redundancy, and provided Alienation Recruitment is notified in writing within seven days of termination of employment and subject to invoices being paid within the period specified above in clause ‘2’, Alienation Recruitment will endeavour to seek a replacement without further cost to the client.
8. Notice Period:
The client will allow a sufficiently reasonable period during which Alienation Recruitment may search for a replacement candidate. This period should not be less than from the date when the client first briefed Alienation Recruitment about the vacancy to the date when the original candidate accepted the offer of employment with the client. If Alienation Recruitment is unable to find a replacement, the Client will receive a 100% credit against the fee paid.
If the engagement of a candidate terminates within 6 weeks of the appointment date, a rebate of the fee will be paid to the Client by Alienation Recruitment at a rate of 100% of the fee. No rebate will be paid if the engagement terminates after 6 weeks. No rebate will be payable by Alienation Recruitment if:-
The Client fails to notify of the termination of engagement in writing within 14 days of such termination.
The Client has failed to pay the invoice within 14 days of the date of the first working day of the candidate(s).
The Candidate is made redundant.
Alienation Recruitment does not personally obtain references for a particular candidate. Alienation Recruitment takes no responsibility for any loss, damage or delay caused by the candidate. The client is responsible for ensuring the suitability and capability of a candidate for engagement and for taking references to verify skills, qualifications, integrity, the necessity of any work permits and the satisfaction of any medical requirements.
10. Jurisdiction and Governing Law/Representation Clause:
These terms and conditions are construed according to the laws of England and Wales. Each party hereby irrevocably agrees that courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to resolve any controversy or claim of whatever nature arising out of or relating to these terms and conditions or the breach thereof. The laws of England and Wales shall govern such controversy or claim.
Name: Mohammad Awais Patel
Position: Managing Director
Agreed and Approved
By; For and On Behalf of Alienation Recruitment Limited
Signature (authorized signatory):
For and on behalf of the Client:
Company registration no.