Registration bonus terms and conditions

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Qualifying criteria

  1. Definitions
    Cleared
    • When your file is fully compliant and your consultant has informed you that you can begin working with Pulse
    • Registration date - the date that you are registered on the Pulse database

    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’s to work, proof of identity, DBS enhanced disclosure, occupational health and immunity, professional registration, specific training, competency interview, work history, references, professional and educational certificates. Once an associate file is in accordance with the guidelines, the associate file is deemed compliant and they are eligible to work

  2. Bonus payments
    • It is the responsibility of the associate to request the bonus payment(s) from their consultant
    • The cash payment(s) will be made to the associate once the relevant qualifying criterion has been met. All bonus payments are subject to tax deduction. Tax will be deducted at source if the associate is a PAYE employee. If the associate is not a PAYE employee, they are responsible for their own tax declaration. Bonus payments are non-transferable
    • DBS reimbursement and £50 clearing bonus will be paid with the submission of the associates first timesheet
    • £200 bonus payment will be made once the associate has completed 40 hours within their first two weeks of clearing their file

  3. General terms
    • This is a nationwide incentive and includes all associates who work across the UK
    • If you previously registered with Pulse but have not worked for Pulse in the last 12 months, then you are entitled to reregister and claim the registration bonus payments when you have met the qualifying criteria
    • Pulse reserve the right to reject claims if all the terms and conditions have not been met
    • Pulse reserve the right to vary the terms and conditions of the registration scheme at its absolute discretion
    • Pulse reserves the right to withdraw the registration scheme at any time and is under no obligation to inform associates, introduce a replacement scheme or offer compensation