069-905005710 Mitglied des Bundesarbeitgeberverbandes der Personaldienstleister Partner des FSV Frankfurt 1899
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The Small Print:

Our Standard Business Conditions.

1. Basis

The lender commits his personnel to his customers (hirers) within the scope of the AÜG (Law on Temporary Employment).


2. Employment

The hirer has to employ the personnel of the lender according to the activities agreed upon. These are to be arranged with the lender exclusively. Alterations of place of employment and/or scope of activity are to be announced to the lender beforehand. An alteration entitles the lender to change the agreed hourly rate. In case of a transposition without the lenderís agreement the lender is entitled to withdraw the temporary worker at once and to demand higher pay and/or compensation.


3. Working hours and extra charges

The hirer accepts the obligation to occupy the lenderís employee according to his working hours as agreed upon in the contract with the lender. Extra charges for overtime are calculated at an additional 25% from 40 weekly hours (Mo - Fr) upwards and at 50% from 45 weekly hours upwards, moreover the following extra charges apply:

Saturdays50 %
Sundays50 %
Public holidays100 %
Night-work (22-06h)25 %


4. Record

Activity reports of the temporary worker have to be signed by the hirer.


5. Control and safety at work

A responsible staff member of the lender is expressly authorised to inspect the working place of the temporary worker in accordance with his duties and tasks. The hirer is responsible for adherence to the agreed and to the legally prescribed safety measures. In case of non-compliance der lender has the right to terminate the contract without notice.


6. Start of work

If the temporary worker refuses to work or discontinues it, the lender offers a substitute. If this is not possible, the lender is excused. If the hirer observes within the first four hours after the start of work that a temporary worker does not meet the requirements of the activity and if he insists on a replacement, then up to four working hours are not charged to his account.


7. 7.Obligation of secrecy

All staff members of the lender are bound by contract to keep absolutely secret all business matters that have come to his knowledge through his activity with the hirer.


8. Liability

The lender is not responsible for activities of temporary workers. The hirer must not entrust a temporary worker with money, bonds or other valuables. If he neglects this point, the liability lies with the hirer exclusively. The hirer can not claim compensation for direct and/or indirect damage, irrespective of legal basis. Should third persons put forward claims to the lender or his personnel, then the hirer is obliged to exempt the lender and his personnel.

9. Termination

A contract can be terminated at one working week's notice. The lender only must be informed in writing. The weather is excluded as a reason for a termination.

10. Reclamation

The lender is to be informed in writing of claims on the day of their occurrence, at the latest within a week. Later claims are not possible. In case of valid claims, the lender has the right of amendment. Further claims, especially claims for damages, are not permitted.

11. Invoice and payment

An invoice from the lender to the hirer is payable without any reduction immediately upon receipt, within 7 days after the date of the invoice at the latest. Possible counter claims by the hirer, regardless of reason, must not be deducted or set off. The temporary workers are not allowed to accept information or bonuses concerning the invoiced amounts due.

12. Data protection

Please note that all relevant data will be stored on a computer. No information will be passed on to third parties.

13. Any other business

Any side-agreements and/or alterations of the contract require written form to be valid.

14. Provisional clause

Should a regulation or part of a regulation in whole or partly not be legally valid or void, then the validity of the remaining regulations is unaffected.

15. Place of jurisdiction

The place of jurisdiction for both parties is the registered office of the lender.