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Terms and conditions

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE AGREEMENT ON THE PROVISION OF THE EMPLOYMENT INTERMEDIATION SERVICES 

 

1. CONCEPTS

1.1. Service provider – a provider of the employment intermediation services:

UAB ‘Robin Jobs’

Code of a legal entity: 300659719

Registered office address and address for correspondence: Naručio str. 3, Vilnius

Email: finance@robin.jobs.

 

1.2. Client – a capable natural entity, i.e. a person who has reached the age of majority, whose capacity is not restricted by court order and who confirms these provisions of the agreement on the provision of the employment intermediation services. 

1.3. Employer – the Client’s direct or potential employer, or an employment agency in the relevant European Union country with which the Service Provider cooperates.

1.4. Privacy Policy – a document approved by the Service Provider which establishes fundamental rules for the accumulation, collection, processing and storage of the Client’s personal data.

1.5. Agreement – the terms and conditions of the present agreement on the employment intermediation services. 

 

2. SUBJECT OF THE AGREEMENT

2.1. Taking into consideration the terms and conditions of the Agreement, the Service Provider undertakes to provide the Client with employment intermediation services in the respective European Union country, and the Client undertakes to provide the Service Provider with correct and accurate information about himself/herself as a potential employee and to comply with other obligations set forth in the Agreement.

 

3. SERVICE PROVIDER’S LIABILITIES

3.1. The Service Provide shall be obliged:

3.1.1. to provide the Client with relevant information on employment opportunities and conditions in the respective European Union country;

3.1.2. to offer to the Employer the Client’s candidacy as a potential employee and inform the Client about the Employer’s interest in the Client’s candidacy;

3.1.3. Upon the receipt of the Employer’s consent for the Client’s candidacy, to inform the Client about working conditions offered by the Employer. 

 

4. CLIENT’S LIABILITIES 

4.1. The Client shall be obliged:

4.1.1 no later than within the term specified by the Service Provider, to provide the Service Provider with the documents required for the Client’s candidacy proposal for the Employer and the Client’s employment – a copy of the Client’s identity document (passport or identity card), as well as correct and accurate information, i. e. Client’s personal data specified in the Privacy Policy;

4.1.2. to inform the Service Provider immediately about the change of Client’s identity document (passport or identity card), other Client’s data and/or information provided to the Service Provider for the purposes of the Client’s candidacy proposal to the Employer and the Client’s employment, as provided in Clause 4.1.1. of the Agreement; 

4.1.3. If the Service Provider finds a suitable place of work for the Client, to go to the place of work in the respective European Union country at its own expense, unless otherwise agreed with the Service Provider;

4.1.4. inform the Service Provider about the refusal to go to the agreed place of work no later than 48 hours before the scheduled departure time (for instance, if the departure to the relevant European Union country is scheduled for Saturday at 10 a.m., the Client must inform the Service Provider about the refusal to go to the agreed place of work no later than on Thursday at 10 a.m. of that week).

4.1.5. when traveling to the respective European Union country, to carry his/her identity document (passport or identity card), which must be valid for at least 6 months, starting from the day of arrival in the respective European Union country;

4.1.6. having arrived to the relevant European Union country and having concluded an employment contract with the Employer, to perform his/her work functions honestly, in a timely, accurate and professional manner, to comply with the Employer’s instructions, laws, bylaws and professional standards as well as the rules established by the Employer, including the rules of procedure.

4.2. The Client declares and guarantees that:

4.2.1. Upon receipt of the working conditions offered by the Employer, as provided for in Clause 3.1.3 of the Agreement, and by agreeing to such Employer’s job offer, the Client will also confirm that he/she meets all the requirements specified in the Employer’s job offer or will immediately inform the Service Provider of any discrepancies related thereto;

4.2.2. Any Client’s liabilities against third parties are not and cannot be a reason why the Client could not get a job and work in the respective European Union country, nor are there any other reasons why the Client could not get a job and work in the respective European Union country;

4.2.3. all information provided to the Service Provider by the Client under the present Agreement and attached documents and/or their copies are correct and true. 

4.3. The Client is aware and the Client understands that the Service Provider does not perform and carry out any functions of the Employer (does not enter into an employment contract with the Client, does not administer and establish the Client’s working and rest time regime, does not apply disciplinary sanctions, does not establish labour standards and rules, does not evaluate the Client’s results of work, cannot hire and/or dismiss the Client, does not perform any other actions and/or functions performed by the Employer), i.e.  according to the Agreement, the Service Provider provides the Client with employment intermediation services instead of employment services, without taking any remuneration from the Client; therefore the Service Provider does not assume any responsibility and does not guarantee that:

4.3.1. The Client will be employed by the Employer even after receiving the Employer’s approval of the Client’s candidacy;

4.3.2. The Client employed by the Employer will work full time, i. e. 8 hours per working day, 40 hours per week (the Employer shall establish the beginning and end of working hours and breaks);

4.3.3. The Client will work in the respective European Union country for the relevant period (for instance, for a year, for a month).

4.4. The Client understands that the results of his/her work under the employment contract concluded with the Employer will be evaluated only by the Employer, and the Service Provider will not participate in this evaluation and will not have any influence on it.

 

5. OTHER PROVISIONS

5.1. The Service Provider shall not be liable to the Client for any losses and/or expenses in connection with the relationship between the Client and the Employer and the Employer’s actions and decisions with respect to the Client, including expenses established in Clause 4.1.3. of the Agreement. 

5.2. The contracting Parties shall not be liable for non-performance or improper performance of the Agreement due to force majeure circumstances.

5.3. The Agreement shall enter into force upon its approval moment when the Client ticks the box ‘I have read and agree with the terms and conditions of the Agreement on the Provision of Employment Intermediation Services’. The Agreement approved in this way is a legal document binding on the Client and the Service Provider. 

5.4. The Agreement shall be valid until full fulfilment of the obligations of the Parties under the Agreement.

5.5. The Parties have the right to terminate the Agreement by mutual written agreement or unilaterally by notifying the other Party thereof in writing (including by e-mail) 2 (two) working days in advance.

5.6. All disputes, arising between the Parties, shall be settled by agreement of the Parties and in case of failure to reach the agreement – in accordance with the procedure established by law of the Republic of Lithuania. 

5.7. The Agreement has been concluded, will be interpreted and any disputes between the Parties will be resolved in accordance with the law of the Republic of Lithuania.

 

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