Recruitment Terms of Business
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What are Recruitment Terms of Business?
Recruitment Terms of Business is a contract between a recruiter and a client. It covers the terms and conditions for any recruitment services you offer.
Don’t get caught with your pants pulled down. Make sure you have a professional, well-written contract to present to your clients.
With our Recruitment Terms of Business, you can sleep easy knowing you have a rock-solid contract you can rely on.
Who is this for?
- Recruitment Agencies
- Recruitment Consultants
- Suitable for all Australian states and territories
What does this Recruitment Terms of Business template include?
Our comprehensive Recruitment Terms of Business template covers:
- Cover Letter – covering letter to send to new clients
- Services – the recruitment services you will provide
- Our Responsibilities – what you are responsible for
- Client Responsibilities – what the client is responsible for
- Warranty and Indemnity – important legal clause
- Pricing – your fees
- Terms of Trade – how and when you get paid
- Cancellation – how either party can cancel the engagement for a particular role
- Australian Consumer Law
- Limitation of Liability – to protect you against claims for losses and damages
- Replacement Guarantee – one-time replacement guarantee for candidates (OPTIONAL)
- Exclusions – important legal disclaimer
- Intellectual Property – protect your intellectual property (candidate information)
- Term – how long you are engaged for
- Termination – how either party can end the agreement
- Confidentiality – to keep confidential information private
- Dispute Resolution – process to manage any disputes
- Variation – covers any amendments or variations to the agreement
- Waiver – an important legal term
- Events Beyond Control – Force Majeure clause
- Severance – an important legal term
- Governing Law – choice of law clause
- Director Guarantee – if the client is a company (OPTIONAL)
- Fee Schedule – table with a summary of your fees and charges on the last page
Other names for Recruitment Terms of Business
- Recruitment Agreement
- Recruitment Terms and Conditions
- Recruitment Contract
- Recruitment Terms of Trade
- Service Agreement
- Services Agreement
- Client Agreement
Does this template cover Labour Hire?
No, unfortunately, it is not suitable for Labour Hire. That is different from a standard recruitment agreement.
Do I need a contract for my recruitment clients?
Our Recruitment Terms of Business will help make sure you get paid for your services.
You need to protect your business from being excluded from the agreement between your client and the candidate. If this does happen, you need to make sure you still get paid for the introduction!
You should always have a contract signed before you start a new candidate search for a client.
A contract protects both you and your clients.
We have included a sub-clause in the contract to cover exclusivity. If you want the arrangement to be exclusive, you need to agree in writing with the client. This is a commercial decision, so it’s up to you. Exclusivity means that the client will not engage any other recruitment agency to recruit on their behalf.
We have included a Replacement Guarantee in the contract, but this is an optional clause.
If a candidate terminates their employment, or the client terminates their employment due to unsatisfactory performance in the role, you must look for a replacement candidate at no extra fee (excluding advertising charges).
We have not included a Refund Policy in our Recruitment Terms of Business template, but you could add this if you wish.
We have included a Director Guarantee in the contract as an optional clause (if the client is a company).
What happens if we introduce a candidate already known to the Client?
We have included a clause in the contract to cover this situation. If the contact was recent, you would normally not earn the introduction fees.
Is this Recruitment Terms of Business template legally binding?
All our templates are written by qualified Australian lawyers who hold an Australian legal practising certificate.
Our co-founder Courtney Bowie is a partner in Sydney law firm, Her Lawyer.
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We don’t recommend editing the template outside the highlighted areas. An experienced lawyer wrote your template. If you delete or modify clauses it could affect your protection.
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We also include comments throughout the document to help guide you as you fill out each section.
Yes. All our templates are written by qualified Australian lawyers who hold an Australian legal practicing certificate.
Our co-founder Courtney Bowie is a partner in Sydney law firm, Her Lawyer.
Yes. You can use the templates in all Australian states and territories.
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