Recommend a friend terms and conditions

1. Definitions

  1. Recommender – A person who recommends a potential new associate to Pulse Allied Health
  2. Recommendee – A new associate who has not previously worked for Pulse Allied Health or an associate who has not worked for Pulse Allied Health within the last 12 months.
  3. Recommendation date – The date that the recommendation is received by Pulse Allied Health.
  4. Recommendation bonus payment – Payment in the form of cash for the Recommender of the amount stated for the profession of the Recommendee.
  5. Qualifying criteria – The criteria that must be met by the Recommender and as set out at clause 3.
  6. Compliant – Pulse Allied Health follows Recruitment and Employment Confederation Best Practice Guidelines. Under these guidelines, associate checks are required, prior to the associate commencing work. These include: right to work, proof of identity, DBS disclosure, occupational health and immunity, professional registration, specific training, competency interview, work history, references, professional and educational certificates. Once associate file is in accordance with the guidelines, the associate file is deemed compliant and they are eligible to work.

2. Scheme

The Pulse Allied Health recommendation scheme is applicable to Recommenders who recommend allied health professionals looking to work across the NHS and private healthcare sector. This scheme provides the opportunity for recommendations to be made and bonus payments earned, and it cannot be used in conjunction with any other recommend a friend scheme within Pulse Allied Health.

3. Qualifying Criteria

Recommendation – For a recommendation to qualify it must be submitted via the Pulse website hereThe recommender must have explicit consent from the Recommendee to provide their details to Pulse Allied Health. Recommendations can also be made via telephone call to the Pulse Allied Health team and a record shall be retained by the consultant on file in order for the Recommendee to be validated. The recommendation must include the Recommendee’s name, profession, contact details and the location that the Recommendee requires work. The Pulse Allied Health team shall contact the Recommendee to verify their consent to be recommended, with the intention of securing them work engagements.

Professions – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must work in the profession listed in this scheme.

Compliance – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must pass the necessary checks to ensure they are Compliant and eligible to work.

Worked hours – The recommendation bonus will be payable once the Recommendee has worked 200 hours or upon completion of a probationary period. The required hours must be completed within 12 months of the recommendation date. Hours worked for Xyla Digital Therapies are not eligible for the referral scheme.

4. Recommendation bonus payments

Bonus amount – The Recommender is entitled to claim the bonus amount that is related to the profession of the Recommendee once the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions have been met by both the Recommender and Recommendee up to £300.

Claiming bonus – It is the responsibility of the Recommender to claim their recommendation bonus payment by contacting the Pulse Allied Health team no later than three months after the Recommendee has completed the required hours, or has passed the probation period, for their profession in the given time-frame.

Cash payment(s) – A Bonus payment is made to the Recommender once the Recommendee has met the relevant qualifying criteria, terms, conditions and the Recommender has requested payment. All recommendation bonuses are subject to tax deduction. This will be deducted at source if the Recommender is a PAYE associate. If the Recommender is not a PAYE associate, they will be responsible for their own tax declaration. Bonus payments are non-transferable.

5. General Terms

  1. Pulse Allied Health reserves the right to reject a recommendation bonus payment request if:
    1. the Recommendee has not consented to their personal data being submitted to Pulse Allied Health;
    2. the Recommendee has previously registered with Pulse Allied Health within the past 12 months;
    3. the Recommender or Recommendee have not met the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions;
    4. the Recommendee works for a division of Pulse Allied Health that does not run a recommendation scheme;
    5. Pulse Allied Health sees fits to do so, due to any other reason or circumstance that they deem as justified; or
    6. If Recommenders are deemed internal personnel, employed by Pulse Allied Health
  2. Pulse Allied Health reserves the right to:
    1. vary the terms and conditions of this recommend a friend scheme at its absolute discretion; or cancel or discontinue this recommend a friend scheme without having to pay any outstanding claims, introduce a replacement scheme, offer compensation or inform associate
Recommend a friend

1. Definitions

  1. Recommender – A person who recommends a potential new associate to Pulse
  2. Recommendee – A new associate who has not previously worked for Pulse or an associate who has not worked for Pulse within the last 12 months.
  3. Recommendation date – The date that the recommendation is received by Pulse.
  4. Recommendation bonus payment – Payment in the form of cash for the Recommender of the amount stated for the profession of the Recommendee.
  5. Qualifying criteria – The criteria that must be met by the Recommender and as set out at clause 3.
  6. Compliant – Pulse follows Recruitment and Employment Confederation Best Practice Guidelines. Under these guidelines, associate checks are required, prior to the associate commencing work. These include: right to work, proof of identity, DBS disclosure, occupational health and immunity, professional registration, specific training, competency interview, work history, references, professional and educational certificates. Once associate file is in accordance with the guidelines, the associate file is deemed compliant and they are eligible to work.

2. Scheme

  1. The Pulse recommendation scheme is applicable to Recommenders who recommend psychiatrists looking to work across the NHS and private healthcare sector. This scheme provides the opportunity for recommendations to be made and bonus payments earned, and it cannot be used in conjunction with any other recommend a friend scheme within Pulse.

3. Qualifying Criteria

  1. Recommendation – For a recommendation to qualify it must be submitted via the Pulse website hereThe recommender must have explicit consent from the Recommendee to provide their details to Pulse. Recommendations can also be made via telephone call to the Pulse team and a record shall be retained by the consultant on file in order for the Recommendee to be validated. The recommendation must include the Recommendee’s name, profession, contact details and the location that the Recommendee requires work. The Pulse team shall contact the Recommendee to verify their consent to be recommended, with the intention of securing them work engagements.
  2. Professions – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must work in the profession listed in this scheme.
  3. Compliance – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must pass the necessary checks to ensure they are Compliant and eligible to work.
  4. Worked hours – The recommendation bonus will be payable once the Recommendee has worked the number of hours stated for their profession or upon completion of a probationary period. The required hours must be completed in the timeframe specified.

4. Recommendation bonus payments

  1. Bonus amount – The Recommender is entitled to claim the bonus amount that is related to the profession of the Recommendee once the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions have been met by both the Recommender and Recommendee up to £300.
  2. Claiming bonus – It is the responsibility of the Recommender to claim their recommendation bonus payment by contacting the Pulse team no later than three months after the Recommendee has completed the required hours, or has passed the probation period, for their profession in the given time-frame.
  3. Cash payment(s) – A Bonus payment is made to the Recommender once the Recommendee has met the relevant qualifying criteria, terms, conditions and the Recommender has requested payment. All recommendation bonuses are subject to tax deduction. This will be deducted at source if the Recommender is a PAYE associate. If the Recommender is not a PAYE associate, they will be responsible for their own tax declaration. Bonus payments are non-transferable.

5. General Terms

  1. Pulse reserves the right to reject a recommendation bonus payment request if:
    1. the Recommendee has not consented to their personal data being submitted to Pulse;
    2. the Recommendee has previously registered with Pulse within the past 12 months;
    3. the Recommender or Recommendee have not met the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions;
    4. the Recommendee works for a division of Pulse that does not run a recommendation scheme;
    5. Pulse sees fits to do so, due to any other reason or circumstance that they deem as justified; or
    6. If Recommenders are deemed internal personnel, employed by Pulse
  2. Pulse reserves the right to:
    1. vary the terms and conditions of this recommend a friend scheme at its absolute discretion; or cancel or discontinue this recommend a friend scheme without having to pay any outstanding claims, introduce a replacement scheme, offer compensation or inform associate
Recommend a friend

1. Definitions

  1. Recommender – A person who recommends a potential new associate to Pulse Nursing
  2. Recommendee – A new associate who has not previously worked for Pulse Nursing or an associate who has not worked for Pulse Nursing within the last 12 months.
  3. Recommendation date – The date that the recommendation is received by Pulse Nursing.
  4. Recommendation bonus payment – Payment in the form of cash for the Recommender of the amount stated for the profession of the Recommendee.
  5. Qualifying criteria – The criteria that must be met by the Recommender and as set out at clause 3.
  6. Compliant – Pulse Nursing follows Recruitment and Employment Confederation Best Practice Guidelines. Under these guidelines, associate checks are required, prior to the associate commencing work. These include: right to work, proof of identity, DBS disclosure, occupational health and immunity, professional registration, specific training, competency interview, work history, references, professional and educational certificates. Once an associates file is in accordance with the guidelines, the associates file is deemed compliant and they are eligible to work.

2. Scheme

  1. The Pulse Nursing recommendation scheme is applicable to Recommenders who recommend qualified nurses, midwives, ODPs or healthcare assistants looking to work in the UK. This scheme provides the opportunity for recommendations to be made and bonus payments earned, and it cannot be used in conjunction with any other recommend a friend scheme within Pulse.

3. Qualifying Criteria

  1. Recommendation – For a recommendation to qualify it must be submitted via the Pulse website here. The recommender must have explicit consent from the Recommendee to provide their details to Pulse Nursing. Recommendations can also be made via telephone call to the Pulse Nursing team and a record shall be retained by the consultant on file in order for the Recommendee to be validated. The recommendation must include the Recommendee’s name, profession, contact details and the location that the Recommendee requires work. The Pulse Nursing team shall contact the Recommendee to verify their consent to be recommended, with the intention of securing them work engagements.
  2. Professions – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must work in the profession listed in this scheme.
  3. Compliance – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must pass the necessary checks to ensure they are Compliant and eligible to work.
  4. Worked hours – The recommendation bonus will be payable once the Recommendee has worked the number of hours stated for their profession or upon completion of a probationary period. The required hours must be completed in the timeframe specified.

4. Recommendation bonus payments

  1. Bonus amount – The Recommender is entitled to claim the bonus amount that is related to the profession of the Recommendee once the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions have been met by both the Recommender and Recommendee.
  2. Recommend a registered nurse (RGN), midwife, or operating department practitioner (ODP) to Pulse and you’ll receive £50 once they have completed their first shift and a further £250 after they have worked 200 hours. Recommend a healthcare assistant (HCA) and receive £50 once they have worked 200 hours.
  3. Claiming bonus – It is the responsibility of the Recommender to claim their recommendation bonus payment by contacting the Pulse Nursing team no later than three months after the Recommendee has completed the required hours (within 12 months) for their profession, in the given time-frame.
  4. Cash payment(s) – A Bonus payment is made to the Recommender once the Recommendee has met the relevant qualifying criteria, terms, conditions and the Recommender has requested payment. All recommendation bonuses are subject to tax deduction. This will be deducted at source if the Recommender is a PAYE associate. If the Recommender is not a PAYE associate, they will be responsible for their own tax declaration. Bonus payments are non-transferable.

5.0 General Terms

  1. Pulse Nursing reserves the right to reject a recommendation bonus payment request if:
    1. the Recommendee has not consented to their personal data being submitted to Pulse Nursing;
    2. the Recommendee has previously registered with Pulse Nursing within the past 12 months;
    3. the Recommender or Recommendee have not met the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions;
    4. the Recommendee works for a division of Pulse Nursing that does not run a recommendation scheme;
    5. Pulse Nursing sees fits to do so, due to any other reason or circumstance that they deem as justified; or
    6. If Recommenders are deemed internal personnel, employed by Pulse Nursing
  2. Pulse Nursing reserves the right to:
    1. vary the terms and conditions of this recommend a friend scheme at its absolute discretion; or cancel or discontinue this recommend a friend scheme without having to pay any outstanding claims, introduce a replacement scheme, offer compensation or inform associate
Recommend a friend

1. Definitions

  1. Recommender – A person who recommends a potential new associate to Pulse Psychological Therapies
  2. Recommendee – A new associate who has not previously worked for Pulse Psychological Therapies or an associate who has not worked for Pulse Psychological Therapies within the last 12 months.
  3. Recommendation date – The date that the recommendation is received by Pulse Psychological Therapies.
  4. Recommendation bonus payment – Payment in the form of cash for the Recommender of the amount stated for the profession of the Recommendee.
  5. Qualifying criteria – The criteria that must be met by the Recommender and as set out at clause 3.
  6. Compliant – Pulse Psychological Therapies follows Recruitment and Employment Confederation Best Practice Guidelines. Under these guidelines, associate checks are required, prior to the associate commencing work. These include: right to work, proof of identity, DBS disclosure, occupational health and immunity, professional registration, specific training, competency interview, work history, references, professional and educational certificates. Once associate file is in accordance with the guidelines, the associate file is deemed compliant and they are eligible to work.

2. Scheme

  1. The Pulse Psychological Therapies recommendation scheme is applicable to Recommenders who recommend psychological therapies workers looking to work across the NHS and private healthcare sector. This scheme provides the opportunity for recommendations to be made and bonus payments earned, and it cannot be used in conjunction with any other recommend a friend scheme within Pulse Psychological Therapies.

3. Qualifying Criteria

  1. Recommendation – For a recommendation to qualify it must be submitted via the Pulse website hereThe recommender must have explicit consent from the Recommendee to provide their details to Pulse Psychological Therapies. Recommendations can also be made via telephone call to the Pulse Psychological Therapies team and a record shall be retained by the consultant on file in order for the Recommendee to be validated. The recommendation must include the Recommendee’s name, profession, contact details and the location that the Recommendee requires work. The Pulse Psychological Therapies team shall contact the Recommendee to verify their consent to be recommended, with the intention of securing them work engagements.
  2. Professions – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must work in the profession listed in this schem .
  3. Compliance – For a recommendation to qualify, the Recommendee must pass the necessary checks to ensure they are Compliant and eligible to work.
  4. Worked hours – The recommendation bonus will be payable once the Recommendee has worked 200 hours or upon completion of a probationary period. The required hours must be completed within 12 months of the recommendation date. Hours worked for Xyla Digital Therapies are not eligible for the referral scheme.

4. Recommendation bonus payments

  1. Bonus amount – The Recommender is entitled to claim the bonus amount that is related to the profession of the Recommendee once the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions have been met by both the Recommender and Recommendee up to £300.
  2. Claiming bonus – It is the responsibility of the Recommender to claim their recommendation bonus payment by contacting the Pulse Psychological Therapies team no later than three months after the Recommendee has completed the required hours, or has passed the probation period, for their profession in the given time-frame.
  3. Cash payment(s) – A Bonus payment is made to the Recommender once the Recommendee has met the relevant qualifying criteria, terms, conditions and the Recommender has requested payment. All recommendation bonuses are subject to tax deduction. This will be deducted at source if the Recommender is a PAYE associate. If the Recommender is not a PAYE associate, they will be responsible for their own tax declaration. Bonus payments are non-transferable.

5. General Terms

  1. Pulse Psychological Therapies reserves the right to reject a recommendation bonus payment request if:
    1. the Recommendee has not consented to their personal data being submitted to Pulse Psychological Therapies;
    2. the Recommendee has previously registered with Pulse Psychological Therapies within the past 12 months;
    3. the Recommender or Recommendee have not met the qualifying criteria, terms and conditions;
    4. the Recommendee works for a division of Pulse Psychological Therapies that does not run a recommendation scheme;
    5. Pulse Psychological Therapies sees fits to do so, due to any other reason or circumstance that they deem as justified; or
    6. If Recommenders are deemed internal personnel, employed by Pulse Psychological Therapies
  2. Pulse Psychological Therapies reserves the right to:
    1. vary the terms and conditions of this recommend a friend scheme at its absolute discretion; or cancel or discontinue this recommend a friend scheme without having to pay any outstanding claims, introduce a replacement scheme, offer compensation or inform associate

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