Terms of Agreement work-seekers

As a registered candidate we require you to agree to the following terms of business:

  1. Walter Everett is a recruitment agency and we provide you with permanent recruitment services. Walter Everett is considered a recruitment agency by law. That is to say, we will act as an agency as defined under the Employment Agencies Act 1973 and associated Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. These laws require all employment agencies and employment businesses with abide by specified minimum standards of conduct. For Further guidance, information can be found on the GOV.UK website: www.gov.uk/employment-agencies-and-businesses.  Walter Everett does all it can to ensure it meets its legal obligations as an agency.

  2. You authorise Walter Everett to seek work on your behalf. You authorise us to share with our clients:

    • Your Identity. 

    • Address. 

    • Contact details: Email and telephone number. 

    • Previous employment history, including dates and job titles. 

    • Salary information and expectations.

    • Your notice period

    • Your availability for an interview.

    • Right to work in the UK information and documents. 

    • Any information that may cause harm to our clients. 

    • Your CV.

    • Special category data if you are at the offer stage and our client requests us to verify your right to work or Proof of address documents on their behalf.

  3. You have informed us that you wish us to seek employment within the sectors that we have discussed.

  4. In order to provide recruitment services to you, Walter Everett Ltd will have to process your personal data.  In doing so we will comply at all times with data protection laws and GDPR. Please see our privacy policy statement if you want to know how we use your data. http://www.waltereverett.co.uk/privacy-policy/

  5. Our clients conduct: reference checks, background checks, and DBS checks, and therefore all offers are always conditional subject to satisfactory outcomes. Whilst we don't conduct reference checks the Law requires that employment agencies have certain legal obligations. In relation to work-seeker suitability the following rule applies If we introduce a work-seeker to a hirer and find out within 3 months that they may not be suitable for the job, we must tell the hirer straight away. reference to this can be found here: www.gov.uk/employment-agencies-and-businesses/protection-of-work-seekers-and-hirers.

 

Before any interview is arranged on your behalf we will require you to accept your agreement to these terms.  Thank you for selecting Walter Everett as a recruitment partner and should you have any queries, or require any further information on the services we provide please do not hesitate to contact us on 01634 320782

This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws of England and Wales and the parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the England and Wales courts.