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1.4

If the Client comprises more than one person those persons shall be jointly and severally liable in respect of all obligations and liabilities contained herein.

2

THE CONTRACT

2.1

These Terms and Conditions constitute the contract between the Agency and the Client and are deemed to be accepted by the Client by virtue of an Introduction to a Candidate or the Placement of a Candidate with the Client or by registering with the Agency either verbally or through written instruction, whichever happens first.

2.2

These Terms and Conditions shall in all respects apply to and govern all contracts or agreements made verbally or in writing between The Client and The Agency and shall supersede any other documentation or communication between parties.

2.3

No variation or alteration to these terms and conditions (including any special terms and conditions agreed between the parties) shall be binding unless the details of such variation are agreed between the Agency and the Client and are set out in writing by the Agency stating the date on or after which such varied terms shall apply.

2.4

Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall prejudice any condition or warranty, express or implied, or any legal remedy to which the Agency may be entitled in relation to the Services, by virtue of any statute, law or regulation.

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OBLIGATIONS OF THE CLIENT

3.1

The Client acknowledges that the Agency provides an introductory service only to introduce suitable candidates to work as nannies, maternity nurses, mother’s helps, or other child care professionals and it is the Client who employs the Candidate. The Agency does not employ any of the Candidates directly or indirectly. Candidates are introduced to Clients on the basis that they will be employed by the Client, unless the Candidate is self- employed.

3.2

The Client shall provide full details to the Agency of its exact requirements relating to the proposed employment by providing full details of the work for which the Candidate is required and in particular by notifying the Agency of any special skills required for such work when placing its request.

3.3

The Client undertakes to notify the Agency immediately upon any offer of employment to a Candidate that has been accepted and to provide details of the Remuneration to the Agency.

3.4

It is the obligation of the Client to immediately inform the Agency if a Candidate introduced by the Agency has already been introduced by a third party. If the Client fails to inform the Agency, then it will be presumed that this Introduction has been effected by the Agency and the relevant fee will become payable.

3.5

The Client is solely responsible for ensuring compliance with all employment, fiscal, and other relevant legislation and regulations and all taxation obligations including, without limitation, National Insurance contributions relating to the Engagement and any and all payments made to a Candidate and in any other way relating to the Engagement.

3.6

The Client is responsible for agreeing remuneration and must provide the Candidate with a written contract of employment, prior to the commencement of the Candidate’s employment. The Client in any event warrants that conditions relating to tax, National Insurance, working hours, holiday and sickness benefit, accommodation, remuneration, notice and grievances shall be notified in writing to the Candidate on Engagement.

3.7

If the Client requires the Candidate to work abroad during the period of Engagement then the terms must be detailed and agreed by the Client and the Candidate in the Contract of Employment. It is the Client’s responsibility to pay for the Candidate's travel costs, medical and travel insurance, car insurance (if applicable) and provide adequate food and water for every mealtime, unless alternative arrangements are agreed otherwise and set out in the Contract of Employment.

Document Reference: FNTC05/15 May 2010

    • 1.3

      Unless the context otherwise requires the provisions of these Terms and Conditions of Business shall be construed as follows:

      • 1.3.1

        The singular includes the plural and vice versa.

      • 1.3.2

        The masculine includes the feminine and vice versa.

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