Labour Hire Terms and Conditions

  1. These Terms and Conditions of Labour Hire are between Bynoe CACS Limited (hereinafter called “the Supplier”) and its client (hereinafter called “the Hirer”) taking on hire from the Supplier the services of a member of the Supplier work force (hereinafter called the “Temporary Worker”). These Terms of business represent the entirety of the agreement between the Supplier and the Hirer.
  2. Engagement of the Temporary Worker by the Hirer shall be deemed an acceptance by the Hirer of these Terms of Business.
  3. The Hirer shall pay the Supplier hourly rate for the Temporary Worker and any other agreed expenses. There is an 8-hour minimum charge per worker per day, unless otherwise agreed with the Supplier.
  4. The Temporary Worker shall be under the direction and the control of the Hirer from the time of commencement of duties for the duration of the engagement. The Hirer is responsible for all acts, errors or omissions whether wilful or negligent or otherwise of the Temporary Worker and the Supplier does not accept any liability for any loss, expense or damages arising from any failure by the Temporary Worker howsoever arising. The Hirer shall ensure compliance with all statutory requirements relating to the Temporary Worker except where these are expressed to be the responsibility of the Supplier under these Terms of Labour Hire.
  5. Temporary Workers supplied by the Supplier to carry out the work shall at all times be employees of the Supplier and not of the Hirer and the Supplier shall pay all wages required by law to be paid by a Supplier in respect of such persons and shall make all appropriate Deductions from their wages in respect of PAYE and other Contributions.
  6. Site supervision is the responsibility of the Hirer. The Hirer warrants that all work is carried out in a safe and responsible manner and that all lawful requirements are complied with. The Hirer warrants the inclusion of the Temporary Worker in all the Hirer’s workplace health-monitoring programs.
  7. There is no overtime, or penal rates, except for work done on statutory holidays. As per the holidays act, hours of work done on statutory holidays are charged and paid at time + half, and have an additional 8hours charged and paid as a day in lieu.