Terms & Conditions Ireland
Terms of Business Introduction:
Basis in Law:
Teameroo is licensed to trade as a Recruitment Agency by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation pursuant to Section 3 of the Employment Agency Act, 1971. The scale of fees is within those approved by the Minister in accordance with the Act. For Temporary assignments, the Teameroo Business User must provide full disclosure to Teameroo with regard to pay and working conditions of employees to ensure compliance with the Protection of Employees (Temporary Agency Work) Act 2012. All disputes shall be governed by the Laws of Ireland and the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish Courts.
Responsibility and Liability:
The Company shall seek to ensure the suitability of any candidate introduced to the Client and to maintain a high standard of service and integrity, but the Company makes no warranty, express or implied, as to the suitability of any Candidate introduced to the Client. Teameroo accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss, damage, costs or expenses, howsoever caused which the Client may suffer, or for which the Client may become liable as a result of the introduction to the Client or engagement by the client of a Company staff member.
The Client is responsible for the taking up of references as to the Candidate’s qualifications, capabilities, integrity, medical history and suitability to meet the specification. It is also the responsibility of the Client to obtain a work permit for the staff member wherever necessary. Temporary candidates supplied by Teameroo are deemed to be under the direction and control of the Client from the time they report to take up duties and for the duration of the assignment. The Client agrees to be responsible for all acts, errors and omissions be they willful, negligent or otherwise as though the worker were the direct employee of the Client. The Client will in all respects comply with all statutes, bye-laws and legal requirements to which the Client is ordinarily subject to in respect of the Client's own staff.
The Client undertakes to supervise the temporary worker. If the Client finds the temporary worker unsatisfactory, a complaint must be made by telephone and confirmed in writing within one day of the finding. Suitable action will then be taken, but in any event the Client waives any right to withhold payment.
If following the use or introduction of a Teameroo staff member to the Client, the Client determines that they would like to hire that resource full time (Permanent recruitment), then a 10% introduction fee of annualized salary shall apply.
The fee will be payable upon commencement date and non refundable.
Temporary Staff - Hourly Rates:
The Client agrees to pay the hourly charges (plus VAT) of The Company agreed at the time of booking of the Employee for all hours actually worked. Any other expenses as may be agreed shall be itemized on The Company's invoice in addition to this charge. The Company reserves the right to vary the charge on existing or subsequent assignment with immediate effect subject to prior notification being given to the Client. Teameroo will be responsible for the Employee’s remuneration and accounting to the tax relevant authorities for these deductions. In the event that a Temporary assignment with one Client exceeds 104 weeks and the temporary worker becomes eligible for a redundancy payment under the terms of the Redundancy Payments Acts, the Client indemnifies Teameroo for any associated net Redundancy costs.
As noted above permanent recruitment fees are payable upon starting. Temporary staffing will be billed weekly and payment is due within 7 days. All payments, regardless of currency, must equate to the invoice total at date of payment. In the event of non-payment of Temporary invoices, the Company may, without prejudice to its other rights, withdraw the Employee with one hour's notice. Interest at 6% and any associated collection costs will be applied to overdue invoices in accordance with the Late Payments in Commercial Transactions Regulations 2012. VAT will be added to all invoices at current rate.
All questions relating to these Terms of Business must be made in writing otherwise they are deemed to be accepted. These Terms of Business are valid from date of sign up and supersede any other Terms previously received. No amendments to these Terms are valid unless authorized in writing by a Company Director.