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GENERAL TERMS OF CONTRACT




1. The Service Provider: Javajob Europe Ltd.
- registered office: Hungary 5008 Szolnok, 10 Radnoti
- tax identification number: 24747518-2-16
- Company registration number: 16-09-015419
- contact contact@javajob.co


2. The User:
The natural person or legal entity or economic association without legal personality on the “registration sheet”, forming an inseparable part of the present contract - hereinafter referred to as: registration sheet.

The establishment of the contract:
The contract ensuring information service on the worldwide web is established for those offering work by accepting the present general contractual conditions and by filling out the registration sheet and for those seeking work by applying for the vacancies advertised or by uploading their CVs to the webpage. The Parties declare unanimously that the contract may not be validly established, modified or terminated verbally or by implied conduct. The User acknowledges that the registration automatically subscribes the said User to the newsletter of the Service Provider. Unsubscribing from the newsletter is possible for the User through the e-mail address contact@javajob.hu by requesting the termination of the service in an e-mail with “Unsubscribe” written in the subject.


4. Subject Matter of Contract:
Through its javajob.hu website, the Service Provider offers a meeting point for Java programme developers and the parties offering related work, which may be used after voluntary registration. After filling in the registration sheet, forming an inseparable part of the present contract, the full service described in point 4.1 will be accessible for the User and the provisions of the present contract will be regarded as accepted by the User.

4.1 The content of the service:
The Service Provider provides information service to the User through the javajob.hu internet webpage, based on the job offers/supply data in observance of data privacy requirements.


5. Term of the Contract
The contract is established for an indefinite period of time. The Parties acknowledge that both parties are required to have worldwide web connectivity (internet access) to use the service.


6. Fee payment

Payment Jobseekers may use this service free of charge.

6.1. Special regulations for companies specialized in recruitment:

— In case a jobseeker finds out about an ad placed by the representative of a company seeking employees on the website of the Service provider and based on the ad the recruitment company – after approaching the jobseeker – arranges a meeting between the jobseeker and the company offering the job, the Service provider is entitled to a 0,5%-1% premium of the yearly gross income of the candidate.

— In case the Service provider recommends the ad of the company seeking employees directly to the recruitment company and based on that the recruitment company arranges a meeting between the jobseeker and the company offering the job, the Service provider is entitled to a 10% premium of yearly gross income of the candidate. In case of contractor this fee is 5%. If this premium is greater than 25% percentage of the recruitment company premium, then the Service provider premium is 25% of the recruitment company premium.


6.2. Regulations for companies specialised in software development:

— In case the Service provider recommends the ad of the company seeking employees directly to the company and based on that the company arranges a meeting between the jobseeker and the company offering the job, the Service provider is entitled to a 10% premium of yearly gross income of the candidate. The Service provider is entitled to this provision fee after 6 months success in the position.


7. Rights and obligations of the Parties:
The Service Provider undertakes to provide the service determined in point 4 of the present contract to the User and the User undertakes to provide the Service Provider with the compulsory data filled in on the registration sheet.


8. Cases of responsibility and their exclusions
Should the service not be available to the User, the Service Provider will not be held responsible if the error: emerged as a result of a cause in the User’s scope (such as providing an erroneous e-mail address, internet viruses, defective internet connection, etc.) illetve emerged as a result of an inevitable cause outside the scope of authority of the Service Provider (especially: global and prolonged disruption of internet service, war, acts of god, etc.) and it has been specifically brought about upon the User’s request, it has occurred as a result of the contract breach of the User (such as deficient provision of obligatory data) The Service Provider will not be held responsible for the validity of the data managed by the User, the quantity, conformity and validity of the data in the CV and the validity of the personal data and the parameters of the specific jobs offered. The Service Provider will not be held responsible for the chronological order of the job offers. Through the webpage it operates, the Service Provider merely provides a point of contact for the Users seeking and offering work and as such shall not be held responsible as to the validity, successful occupation and assignment conclusion in relation to a specific vacancy. The Service Provider will not be held responsible for the publication of the vacancies advertised by the User by other Service Providers. (Appearance of advertisements on the webpage)


9. Data change:
The Parties attempt to notify each other of any change whatsoever in relation to their data affecting the fulfilment of the provisions of the contract immediately, but under no circumstances with a delay in excess of 8 days. In case of failure to notify a party with respect to the above, the party in delay will be held responsible for the damages resulting from the notification failure. The deadlines determined in the contract start over as the data changes are reported:


10.1 Deficient data upload
If the User fails to provide the obligatory data on the Registration sheet, the Service Provider is entitled to refuse provision of the service described in point 4 of the present contract.

10.2 Exceptional cases
The Service Provider reserves the right to refuse provision of the service if the User performs operations during open or clandestine usage of the service that violate the rights of the Service Provider or other internet subscribers, resulting in damage. Such cases are the following: - Sending SPAM and email bombs
- Operation of an open relay mail server
- E-mail address falsification
- IP address falsification (spoofing, crafted packets)
- Open Proxy usage
- Operating Warez based pages
- Unix based or other attack jeopardising the network
- All other procedure jeopardising the interests of the Service Provider, resulting in damage (installing computer viruses, freezing or temporary restriction or vandalising of the webpage of the Service Provider, phishing, destruction, etc.) In the cases listed above, should the Service Provider detect them during operation, the Service Provider is entitled to immediately suspend the service. After being informed of the breach, the Service Provider is obliged to initiate the relevant procedures with the authorities.


11. Data Management
The Service Provider is obliged to treat the personal data of the Subscriber in observance of the regulations of Act CXII of 2011 on the Right of Informational Self-Determination and on Freedom of Information, Act VI of 1998 on the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Issues of Electronic Commerce Services and Information Society Services and the recommendations of “Online Privacy Alliance” with adequate data protection. The Service Provider declares having announced Data Protection Regulations on its website with respect to processing the data of the Users, whose acceptance by the customer is done as part of the registration procedure.


12. Miscellaneous provisions
The contents of the website, the software and all of its components constitute the property of Javajob Europe Kft. The server side operation of the application is done by Innobrand Kft. The User acknowledges that the information obtained from the webpage is subject to copyright law. It is forbidden to pass on, distort, claim as own, reproduce and include the information acquired into any other piece of work. The breach of the present provision entails legal and criminal consequences.


13. Contact and complaints
Should the User have any problems or questions regarding the provision of the service, the Service Provider may be accessed via email.


14. Legal disputes
The Parties agree to take all reasonable steps to settle their legal disputes through benevolent negotiation. Should such attempts fail to bring about the desired result, the Parties subject themselves to the exclusive effect of the Pest Central District Court in Budapest with Hungarian Law prevailing. Issues not regulated by the present contract shall be governed by the relevant regulations of the Civil Code of Hungary and the applicable Hungarian and EU legal regulations.


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