Terms and Conditions
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS SITE
Effective from 1 February 2022
About us and how to contact us
Nursing in the UK is trading under Clinical Medics Ltd. Clinical Medics Ltd is a registered limited company in England and Wales under company number 11742205 and our registered office is at Pure Offices, 137 Pastures Avenue, St Georges, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset BS22 7SB.
You can contact us by completing our Contact form on this website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This website is owned and operated by Nursing in the UK and is made available to you on the following terms and conditions. By using www.nursingintheuk.com and the services available on this site you are deemed to accept our terms and conditions.
The users agree to comply with requirements set forth in the Employment Rights Act 1996, Equality Act 2010 and any other applicable laws with individuals who may respond to an advertisement you have posted and with Jobseekers you may contact using information from the Candidate Database. You must not do anything which may bring us or the website into any disrepute. You will indemnify us from and against any claim brought by an individual against us arising from your breach of obligation or any other of these terms.
The data and services available on the site are provided for the sole purpose of candidates seeking employment opportunities and for employers looking to recruit staff to fill their positions. Any unauthorised activities including display, use any materials from this site shall be deemed as material breach of the terms and conditions, we reserve the right to terminate all services with immediate effect. All information and copyright provided on this site belongs to Nursing Solutions. By using this site does not give you automatic right in any materials displayed on it.
Nursing in the UK is not a recruitment agency or recruitment business. This site provides a platform for employers to post their vacancies and candidates to upload their CVs to seek employment only. The candidates CVs are visible to Nursing in the UK and the employers who are registered on this website. By registering with our site, the employers and the candidates agree that Nursing in the UK do not act as a recruitment agency or recruitment business.
IR35 – The off-payroll working rules
The off payroll working rules can apply if a worker (sometimes known as a contractor) provides their services through their own limited company or another type of intermediary to the client. An intermediary will usually be the worker’s own personal service company, but could also be any of the following:
- a partnership
- a personal service company
- an individual
The rules make sure that workers, who would have been an employee if they were providing their services directly to the client, pay broadly the same Income Tax and National Insurance contributions as employees. These rules are sometimes known as ‘IR35’. Recruiters will need to understand and comply with the IR35 legislation when posting job adverts.
Equality Act 2010
The Equality Act 2010 legally protects people from discrimination in the workplace and in wider society. It replaced previous anti-discrimination laws with a single Act, making the law easier to understand and strengthening protection in some situations. It sets out the different ways in which it’s unlawful to treat someone. Advertisers must comply and adhere to all applicable laws when advertising on our website. You must include and comply with the Equality Act 2010 and the Code of Practice on employment provided by the Equality and Human Rights Commission. You must indemnify us against any claim brought by any candidate arising from your breach of the Code of Practice and the recruiter terms.