DMU Works Terms and Conditions
All employers and recruitment agencies agree to meet the following statutory legal requirements with regard to students and graduates registered with DMU Works:
Adherence to health and safety regulations.
Payment of National Insurance contributions, tax or organisation of tax exemption arrangements where appropriate.
Provision of adequate insurance as regards injury to the students and as regards any claims against students for damage or personal injury.
Compliance with Equal Opportunity legislation and codes of practice as laid down for employers.
Compliance with the Working Time regulations 1998
Compliance with minimum wage legislation requirements.
Failure to comply with this Code of Practice could remove an employer's eligibility to advertise with DMU Works
Terms and conditions for employers and recruitment companies using DMU Works online vacancy service
DMU Works is not a recruitment agency, we do not enter into contracts with students or employers. DMU Works allows employers to advertise vacancies and students and graduates to view those vacancies. All contracts of employment are to be agreed between employer and student or employer and graduate.
The placement of a vacancy on this site shall be deemed acceptance of and agreement to the terms and conditions below. DMU Works reserves the right not to advertise an employer’s vacancy.
Recruitment Agencies are welcome to advertise vacancies on this site but must state clearly that they are a Recruitment Agency in the application details. If a recruitment agency is advertising vacancies on behalf of a client, the client’s details must be made available to the Employer Engagement and Enterprise Team.
Brand Manager vacancies must adhere to De Montfort University's Brand Manager Policy (contact the Employer Engagement and Enterprise Team).
Advertisements from third party providers of international experiences, particularly internships, volunteering and field trips can only be accepted from #DMUglobal partner organisations. If you are not already a partner, please complete the online registration form to begin the accreditation process.
The employer/recruitment company agrees to:
Supply full contact details, address, email (where available) and landline telephone number.
Supply a clear job description of the work offered, specify the skills and experience required.
When advertising part-time or vacation work clearly state the number and distribution of hours and, if applicable the date when the employment will end. State the rate of pay, method and timing of payment.
When advertising permanent work, indicate the salary range.
When advertising commission only roles the Employer Engagement and Enterprise Team will need to be satisfied that the commission will meet minimum wage requirements. More information regarding the National Minimum Wage legislation is available from https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-work-experience-and-internships
The GOV.UK website also includes information on:
• Employment rights and pay for interns
• The National Minimum Wage
• Volunteer placements, rights and expenses
Inform candidates about the result of any applications as soon as possible and inform DMU Works when a post has been filled.
Limit students working hours to our recommended maximum of 15 hours per week during term-time for full-time students. Students may work longer hours during vacation time.
Satisfy him/herself on the suitability of any DMU Works student/graduate and be responsible for taking up any references provided by the student /graduate before engaging the student/graduate.
Satisfy him/herself that the graduate is legally entitled to work in this country.
Contract directly with the student or graduate.
De Montfort University disclaims liability for loss or damage of whatever nature and extent resulting directly or indirectly from any use of the information made available by De Montfort University.
We provide this website as a service to De Montfort University clients and also to visitors who may wish to know more about the university, its services and activities. We are committed to respecting and protecting the privacy of everyone who visits our site or provides us with personal information. We do not pass personal information to any party outside the organisation without prior consent.
We monitor website traffic to assist in the continuous improvement and development of the site, but do this only by monitoring IP addresses that are not linked in any way to any personal data, retaining the anonymity of our visitors.
Use of website content
This website contains data, text, images and other materials created and/or supplied by us and/or third party partners. The content is our property or the property of our third party partners and is protected by copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property laws.
Except as expressly authorised by us, you may not modify, copy, reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit, distribute, sell, license, rent, publicly display or perform, edit, adapt or create a derivative work of, in any manner, any content from the site. Notwithstanding the above, you may print or download content from this site only for individual, personal and non-commercial use, provided that you do not republish or distribute the content in any way and you keep intact all copyright notices. Use of the content for any purpose not expressly permitted by us is prohibited.
The policy of the university is that the rights of staff, students and visitors to the university, or individuals and groups who are visited by the university’s representatives, should not be jeopardised by any university activity. The university further recognises its responsibilities towards children and young people.
Images may be captured during events organised and hosted by the university using film photography, digital photography, video or other medium and may be used on the website, university prospectus or course brochures, other publicity material (such as internal and external newsletters), exhibition of student work or graduation ceremony brochure and may be provided to the media for publication in local or national newspapers or educational magazines. The university acknowledges its responsibilities in capturing images by photography or other means under the provisions of the following legislation.
The Protection of Children Act 1978: The university recognises that it is a criminal offence to take, permit to be taken, distribute, have in one’s possession or publish indecent photographs (including films and other imagery) of children.
The Human Rights Act 1998: The university recognises an individual’s rights to privacy as protected by this Act.
The Data Protection Act 1998: The university undertakes to inform all those whose images may be recorded (or their parents/guardians if under 18 years of age) of the purposes for which the images may be used by the university.
In this context the university informs all persons taking part in university activities that they may be photographed, filmed, videoed or otherwise captured in image form. Where possible and practical to do so, the university seeks written consent to image capture. Where this is not possible for practical reasons, unless express objections are received, individuals attending an event at the university are deemed to have given their consent by attending or remaining at the event. Any queries or complaints should be raised with the event host in the first instance.