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This limitation of liability is part of the basis of the bargain between you and mit.Jobs and shall apply to all claims of liability (e.g. warranty, tort, negligence, contract, law) and even if mit.Jobs has been told of the possibility of any such damage, and even if these remedies fail their essential purpose.
mit.Jobs or You may terminate this Agreement at any time with notice to the other. On termination, you lose the right to access or use the Services. The following shall survive termination:
Our rights to use and disclose your feedback;
Members' and/or Visitors' rights to further re-share content and information you shared through the Service to the extent copied or re-shared prior to termination;
Sections 4, 6 and 7 of this Agreement;
Any amounts owed by either party prior to termination remain owed after termination.
All legal disputes directly arising out of or in connection with this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of by the laws of the country where the Service Provider is located.
If a court with authority over this Agreement finds any part of it not enforceable, you and us agree that the court should modify the terms to make that part enforceable while still achieving its intent. If the court cannot do that, you and us agree to ask the court to remove that unenforceable part and still enforce the rest of this Agreement. To the extent allowed by law, the English version of this Agreement is binding and other translations are for convenience only. This Agreement (including additional terms that may be provided by us when you engage with a feature of the Services) is the only agreement between us regarding the Services and supersedes all prior agreements for the Services.
If we don't act to enforce a breach of this Agreement, that does not mean that mit.Jobs has waived its right to enforce this Agreement. You may not assign or transfer this Agreement (or your membership or use of Services) to anyone without our consent. However, you agree that mit.Jobs may assign this Agreement to its affiliates or a party that buys it without your consent. There are no third party beneficiaries to this Agreement.
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You agree that the only way to provide us legal notice is at the addresses provided in Section 10.
Comply with all applicable laws, including, without limitation, privacy laws, intellectual property laws, anti-spam laws, export control laws, tax laws, and regulatory requirements;
Provide accurate information to us and keep it updated;
Use your real name on your profile;
Use the Services in a professional manner.
Act dishonestly or unprofessionally
Use an image that is not your likeness or a head-shot photo for your profile;
Create a false identity on mit.Jobs;
Misrepresent your current or previous positions and qualifications;
Misrepresent your affiliations with a person or entity, past or present;
Misrepresent your identity, including but not limited to the use of a pseudonym;
Create a Member profile for anyone other than yourself (a real person);
Use or attempt to use another's account;
Harass, abuse or harm another person;
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Scrape or copy profiles and information of others through any means (including crawlers, browser plugins and add-ons, and any other technology or manual work);
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Disclose information that you do not have the right to disclose (such as confidential information of others (including your employer));
Violate intellectual property rights of others, including patents, trademarks, trade secrets, copyrights or other proprietary rights;
Violate the intellectual property or other rights of mit.Jobs, including, without limitation, using the word “mit.Jobs” or our logos in any business name, email, or URL
Manipulate identifiers in order to disguise the origin of any message or post transmitted through the Services;
Create profiles or provide content that promotes escort services or prostitution.
Creating or operate a pyramid scheme, fraud or other similar practice;
Copy or use the information, content or data of others available on the Services (except as expressly authorized);
Copy or use the information, content or data on mit.Jobs in connection with a competitive service (as determined by Mit.Jobs);
Copy, modify or create derivative works of mit.Jobs, the Services or any related technology (except as expressly authorized by mit.Jobs);
Reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, decipher or otherwise attempt to derive the source code for the Services or any related technology, or any part thereof;
Imply or state that you are affiliated with or endorsed by Mit.Jobs without our express consent (e.g., representing yourself as an accredited Mit.Jobs trainer);
Rent, lease, loan, trade, sell/re-sell access to the Services or related any information or data;
Sell, sponsor, or otherwise monetize a mit.Jobs Group or any other feature of the Services, without mit.Jobs’ consent;
Deep-link to our Services for any purpose other than to promote your profile or a Group on mit.Jobs, without mit.Jobs's consent;
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Remove, cover or obscure any advertisement included on the Services;
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Share or disclose information of others without their express consent;
Use manual or automated software, devices, scripts robots, other means or processes to access, “scrape,” “crawl” or “spider” the Services or any related data or information;
Use bots or other automated methods to access the Services, add or download contacts, send or redirect messages;
Monitor the Services' availability, performance or functionality for any competitive purpose;
Engage in “framing,” “mirroring,” or otherwise simulating the appearance or function of the Services;
Access the Services except through the interfaces expressly provided by mit.Jobs, such as its mobile applications, mit.Jobs.com and slideshare.net;
Override any security feature of the Services;
Interfere with the operation of, or place an unreasonable load on, the Services (e.g., spam, denial of service attack, viruses, gaming algorithms); and/or
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(hereinafter referred to as the Employer or the Client) and
(hereinafter referred to as “mit.Jobs” or the Service Provider).
1.1 The Client shall post its job listings on the Service Provider’s website-based platform (https://mit.jobs/, hereinafter referred to as mit.Jobs website) and the Client warrants that all information provided with respect thereto is accurate and correct.
1.2 The Client agrees to exercise reasonable efforts in providing information recommended by the Service Provider’s professional consultants for the purpose of recruiting employees for the Client, including, without limitation, videos, pictures, audio recordings, texts, interviews or resumes of the Client’s recruitment officers or company founders.
1.3. The Client shall pay for the services provided hereunder by mit.Jobs, with respect to each filled job opening the Client has posted on mit.Jobs website. The amount of payment shall be equivalent to a full month’s salary, as defined in Section 1.4, for each position filled. The service fee shall not be charged before a position is successfully filled.
1.4 A full month’s salary herein shall mean as follows, based on the rate of pay for a position:
(a) one month’s salary, if based on a monthly rate;
(b) one-twelfth of annual salary, if based on an annual rate;
(c) 20 times daily salary, if “Full-Time” job based on a daily rate;
(d) 160 times hourly wage, if “Full-Time” job based on an hourly rate;
(e) 12 times daily salary, if “Part-Time” or “Internship” job based on a daily rate; or
(f) 96 times hourly wage, if “Part-Time” or “Internship” job based on an hourly rate.
2.1. The Service Provider shall share and promote information with regard to the Client’s company and job openings on suitable online social media, including without limitation, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram, WeChat, PTT, and MigMe, as well as any website or social media platform designated by the Client.
2.2. The Service Provider shall use the information provided by the Client for the purpose of facilitating recruitment services only and not for any other commercial purposes.
2.3. The Service Provider agrees to use all reasonable means to protect and maintain the confidentiality of the Client’s confidential data and information which is disclosed or otherwise comes into the Service Provider’s possession under or in relation to this Agreement, including, without limitation, the phone numbers and email addresses of the Client’s contact persons and senior managers, and the Client’s trade secrets.
3.1 The Service Provider shall provide each job applicant on mit.Jobs website who becomes employed by the Client with a reward of US$100 (or equivalent amount in other currencies), as well as consulting services on visa application, housing, transportation, banking, taxes and communications. Upon receipt of new hire notification from job applicants, the Service Provider shall request confirmation from the Client before charging service fees.
3.2 New hires shall notify the Service Provider in writing through mit.Jobs online system, electronic email (at email@example.com), or by mail. The Service Provider shall not accept such notification given orally or by telephone.
3.3 Upon receipt of a request for new hire confirmation, the Client shall within 72 hours notify the Service Provider in writing through mit.Jobs online system, electronic mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by mail, in the event that the new hire is falsely reported. Unless the Client notifies the Service Provider within such 72 hours, the new hire shall be deemed to have been verified by the Client and service fee shall be charged. The Client acknowledges that the Service Provider does not accept such notification given orally, by telephone, through social media, or by any other means without official records.
4.1 The Client shall make payment to the Service Provider in one of the following methods:
(a) PayPal electronic invoice through PayPal;
(b) PayPal electronic invoice through credit card; or
(c) wire transfer to a bank account designated by the Service
4.2 For all the methods of payment specified in Section 4.1, payments must be received in full.
4.3 Once a new hire is confirmed, the Service Provider shall send an electronic or paper invoice to the Client before the 10th of the following calendar month, or by the next working day after the 10th, if it falls on a weekend or public holiday in the country where the Client is located.
4.4 Upon receipt of the electronic or paper invoice sent by the Service Provider, the Client shall make payment within one month.
5.1 The parties hereto acknowledge that recruiting excellent talent is key to a company’s success, and that the recruitment hereunder shall be based on trust among the Client, the Service Provider and job applicants. In the event that any job seeker offers to “not report to mit.Jobs about new hire” in exchange for additional rewards, bonuses or any other benefits, the Client is strongly advised against hiring such individual. For any such job applicant reported to the Service Provider, the Service Provider shall be responsible for the investigation thereof and place such individuals on the “Not Recommended List” made known to all employers on mit.Jobs.
5.2 In the event that an employer offers job seekers any benefits in exchange for “not reporting to mit.Jobs about new hire,” job applicants are entitled to report the employer to the Service Provider. The Client acknowledges that any employer being reported to the Service Provider for three times shall be deemed to have breached the ethical principles herein and shall have its company name published on mit.Jobs website as well as included on the “Not Recommended List” for job applicants.
5.3 Pertinent to Section 5.2, in the event that the Client delays payment, intentionally or without the prior consent of the Service Provider, the Service Provider shall publish the Client’s company name on mit.Jobs website as well as include it on the “Not Recommended List” for job applicants.
5.4 Pertinent to Section 5.3, in the event that the actual salary for a new hire is less than the lower threshold of salary range posted by the Client, or that any other related conditions and benefits fail to match the job description the Client has provided, the Client shall, within 72 hours after the job offer is accepted, notify the Service Provider in writing or other recorded means. In the event of more than three such instances of notification failures, the Service Provider shall publish the Client’s company name on mit.Jobs website as well as include it on the “Not Recommended List” for job applicants.
6.1 Either party hereto is entitled to terminate the Agreement by notifying the other party upon at least one month’s prior written notice.
6.2 Notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement, those obligations hereunder intended to survive termination of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect, including but not limited to obligations concerning all payments, and provision and deletion of information and data.
6.3 This Agreement shall be automatically terminated in the event that either party hereto is prevented from the performance of its obligations hereunder due to any causes beyond its control, including but not limited to acts of God, political force majeure events, and religious and ethnic conflicts. The other party shall not be held legally responsible for any consequences arising out of the termination of this Agreement.
7.1 All legal disputes directly arising out of or in connection with this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the country where the Client is located.
7.2 In the event that the laws pertinent to Section 7.1 do not have applicable provisions, the disputes shall be governed by the laws of the country where the Service Provider is located.
7.3 In the event that neither of the laws of the countries where the two parties hereto are respectively located have applicable provisions, the disputes shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of China.
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2.1 A Referrer receives a reward payment for a successful referral in which a referred job applicant (“Referee”) is confirmed as a new hire for a recommended vacancy.
2.2 The referral reward is 50 percent of a full month’s salary received by the Referee. The definition of a full month’s salary is set forth in Clause 8.
2.3 The referral reward payment becomes due within five working days after the Referee completes a probation period specified by the employer and remains employed.
2.4 Pertinent to Clause 2.c, provided that the employer does not specify a probation period, the duration of the probation period shall be governed by the labor laws of the country where the offered employment is located.
2.5 Pertinent to Clause 2.d, provided that neither the employer nor the laws specify a probation period, the probation period shall be deemed the first three months of employment.
2.6 For a successful, valid new hire, mit.Jobs charges the employer a service fee, which is equal to a full month’s salary for the filled position.
2.7 Pertinent to Clause 2.f, the Referrer is under no obligation to ensure the service fees is paid by the employer. Notwithstanding, mit.Jobs will make no referral reward payment to the Referrer prior to receipt of the service fee.
3.1 Through the website of mi.Jobs, Referrers are provided with their own unique referral links (“Personal Links”) for sharing vacancies listed on mit.Jobs.
3.2 A referral is deemed successful when a job applicant uses the Referrer’s Personal Link to apply for a job opening and is confirmed on the mit.Jobs system as a new hire by the employer.
3.3 Referrers may forward Personal Links to friends qualified for the vacant jobs, or directly share and post them on social media platforms, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter, WeChat, Weibo and PTT Bulletin Board System.
3.4 Referrers shall only share company information and job descriptions posted by employers on the mit.Jobs platform.
3.5 Any information including texts, pictures and videos in relation to hiring companies and job openings Referrers share should be factual and accurate and shall not contain exaggerated and false descriptions or make disclosure of trade secrets.
3.6 Referrers are strongly advised to follow templates and examples provided by mit.Jobs to make referrals, particularly when doing so on public social media platforms.
3.7 Pertinent to Clause 3.f, in the event that the referrals or posts the Referrer makes contains information other than recommended and subsequently lead to any labor disputes or legal issues during the Referee’s job application or probation period, mit.Jobs shall not be in any way held responsible and it reserves the right to pursue legal action.
mit.Jobs only shows on its system the Referrer’s registered username to the Referee.
Pertinent to Clause 4.a, the registered username does not in any way reveal the Referrer’s contact information to the Referee.
For personal information protection, Referrers are made anonymous to employers; mit.Jobs does not provide to employers any information in relation to Referrers’ accounts.
one-twelfth of annual salary, if based on an annual rate;
one month’s salary, if based on a monthly rate;
20 times daily salary, if based on a daily rate for a full-time position;
12 times daily salary, if based on a daily rate for a part-time or internship position;
160 times hourly wage, if based on an hourly rate for a full-time position; and
96 times hourly wage, if based on an hourly rate for a part-time or internship position.
whether or not the Referee is recommended for an interview, and
other opinions expressed in texts about the Referee.
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