General terms and conditions
of the company MAKI K. Ltd.,

  • General provisions
  • Establishment, modification and termination of the contractual relationship
  • Intermediary
  • Practice providers/employers
  • The price of services for practice providers/employers
  • Damage liability
  • Privacy
  • Complaints procedure
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • General and final provisions
  1. Company MAKI K. Ltd., Efesou 9, Paralimni, 5280 Framagusta, Cyprus, VAT: HE334621, is registered in Department of the Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (D.R.C.O.R.), e-mail: admin@oneseasonacademy.com, (hereinafter referred to as „Operator“).
  2. The Operator operates the portal „One Season Academy“ at the website www.oneseasonacademy.com (hereinafter referred to as „OSA portal) and as well as provides Services on the OSA portal.
  3. The Operator issues these general terms and conditions of the company MAKI K. Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as „GTC“), which are governing the rights and obligations of the Operator and third persons while providing and using the Services offered by the Operator. GTC are the integral part of the Contract concluded with the Candidate and Client and are obligatory for all users of the Services.
  4. Based on the GTC and for the purposes of the establishment, change and termination of legal relationship between the Operator, Client or job seeker, the following terms represent the following meanings:
    1. The Client is a natural or legal person, who uses or plans to use the Services provided by OSA portal, especially in order to find an appropriate employee. 

    2. The Candidate is only natural person who uses Services provided by the OSA portal in order to find an appropriate job opportunity.

    3. The Intermediary is a high school, natural person or legal person that is interested in the cooperation with Operator in order to provide their Candidates with the job opportunities.

    4. CV is a summary of information about the Candidate

      The Operator’s Database of CVs, i.e. Database is a database containing CVs created by the Candidates.

    5. Services are products which Operator offers to the Clients, Intermediaries and Candidates mainly through the OSA portal.

    6. The price list is a list containing the cost of Services that the Operator offers to the Candidates and Clients.

    7. Job offer, i.e. offer is an advertisement published by Client on the OSA portal in order to find an appropriate job offer / appropriate employee or the practice for students. It represents a specific type of the Services provided by the OSA portal.

    8. Cookies are small files that can be downloaded into the device (PC, tablet, mobile phone) of the Client, Intermediary or Candidate while using the portal OSA. The Operator uses cookies to find out about the efficiency of the portal OSA. Cookies in general have no information serving to identify persons but instead they are used to identify the browser in a concrete device. Cookies can be temporary or permanent that will stay in the device of the Client, Intermediary or Candidate also after closing down the browser for a period given in the cookie. These permanent cookies can be checked at every visit on the portal OSA. The information that will be collected through the portal OSA contain: the type of the browser, the internet address from which you made the connection to our portal, the operational system of the device, the IP address of the device.  To display more relevant advertising some cookies are given through the advertising system of third parties, such as Google Adsense. This can be turned off in the Google account. The PC can be set in such a way that it would refuse cookies, although in such case it is possible that some functions of the web site will not be functional.

  5. The Candidate is obliged to provide the Operator with all the information regarding the requirements for obtaining the job (e.g. .: education, work experience), work and other requirements. The Candidate has to provide the Operator with true and actual information. If any changes occur, the Candidate is obliged to update this information given to Operator in the order to obtain the job without any delay. The Candidate shall be fully responsible for the truthfulness of the information provided. If the Candidate provides the Operator with false information, he/she is obliged to pay the Operator a contractual penalty of EUR 100, - EUR, whereby the payment of the contractual penalty does not affect the right of the Operator for the payment of the actual caused damage. The Candidate is also informed about the fact that in the case the Operator provides him/her with the job and he/she is not able to perform this work due to the false information, the Candidate will be obliged to pay the damage caused to the Operator as well as the Client.
  1. In order to use any Services there is the registration of Client, Intermediary or Candidates on OSA Portal required. Registration is done by completing the registration form. By successful completing of the registration the Client, Intermediary or Candidate create custom online account that is protected by a unique login name and password. Client, Intermediary and Candidates are obliged to protect the username and password against misuse and not provide them to third parties. Operator Services are ordered exclusively through the online account.
  2. The Services offered by the Operator may be ordered explicitly through the online account.
  3. Issuing the order, the Client agrees with the possible disclosure of their personal data or personal data of their employees, if it is required by the character of the Services which the Client has ordered from the Operator.
  4. The Client's order must include at least:
  5. Business name of the Client, perhaps even its legal form,
  6. Billing address, perhaps even the postal address of the Client,
  7. Company ID, Tax ID of the Client,
  8. Client’s contact details (telephone, fax, e-mail),
  9. Type of the Services ordered and its period.
  10. The contractual relationship with the Intermediary and/or Client becomes effective after the confirmation (via OSA Portal, mail, fax or e-mail) of the Services provided by the Operator. Provision of Services ordered by the Client and/or Intermediary is also considered as order confirmation. The contract is concluded for a fixed term of providing the Services ordered and becomes effective on the date of order confirmation by the Operator.
  11. If the Operator confirms the order, it is considered as binding and can be changed only by mutual agreement of the Parties. The Operator is entitled to receive payment of the fee based on the change of the order.
  12. The contractual relationship with the Candidate becomes effective after the confirmation sent by e-mail on the email address defined in the registration of the Candidate and the signature of the contract/contracts in the written form.
  13. The Services provided to Candidates by OSA portal are:
  14. Reply or respond to posted Job offer. The Candidate is entitled to respond to a Job offer posted on the OSA portal.
  15. Create a job search agent on the Portal for the job offers posted on the Portal, which based on search criteria specified by Candidate sends suitable job offers to a given e-mail address.
  16. Save a CV in the Operator´s CV Database and make it accessible by filling an on-line form on the Portal or by sending the printed form to the address of the Operator. The Operator reserves the right to modify the CV so that it is in accordance with the custom and practice regarding filling in the forms.   The Operator also reserves the right not to make accessible or to delete a CV from the Operator´s CV Database that contains insufficient information for the job search, or that according to the Operator includes irrelevant information or information not related to the job search (e.g. political and religious views, advertising, vulgarism, etc.); the Operator shall inform the Job Seeker about this decision with respect to such CV.
  17. Archive the sent replies (responses) to Job Offers posted on the OSA Portal.
  18. Request references from former employers or other individuals not previously determined and to anonymously assess selection procedure at the Operator´s Client.
  19. Communication between the Candidate and Client is realized through the OSA Portal. The Operator is entitled to monitor their communication. The Operator is also entitled to ask the Candidate and/or Client and/or Intermediary for documents relating to the contractual relationship concluded based on the Services provided by Operator. /li>
  20. In connection with establishing the contractual relationship between Candidate and Client based on the practice performance or of the employment character, the Operator is entitled to financial compensation of the administrative costs associated with the preparation of the contractual documentation in the amount determined in the price list, which is available on OSA Portal..
  21. In the case of establishing the contractual relationship between Candidate and Client based on the practice performance or of the employment character for the job position the entitled person shall be entitled to the administrative costs associated with the preparation of the contractual documentation at the amount set by the prices available on the OSA Portal:
    1. in amount of 3x the reward offered for the particular job position, which Client is obliged to pay for.
    2. in amount of 5.000,- EUR (in words: five thousand Euro), which Client is obliged to pay for.
  1. After the registration and in the case of Candidates´ interest, the Intermediary is obliged to allow the presentation which may be performed by the representative of the Operator at appropriate premises of the Intermediary.
  2. Registered Intermediary is obliged to fully cooperate with the Operator and if necessary, to provide documents relating to the Intermediary or Candidate.
  3. The intermediary ensures the loging of the Applicants or the Client, resulting in an reward of 20% of the entry fees. The reward is generated based on the performances generated on the last day of the month and paid on the basis of the subsequent invoice issued to the Intermediary.
  1. Posting the Job Offer after a successful registration, the Client  is entitled to post a Job Offer on the OSA Portal.  The Job Offer is published according to the following rules:
  2. The Client itself posts a Job Offer and determines its content, while a Job Offer must contain at least the minimum criteria specified by the Operator. 
  3. The Operator reserves the right to modify the Job Offer so that it is in accordance with the custom and practice regarding filling in the forms on the OSA Portal.
  4. The period of job offer posting is specified by the Client.  The Job Offer posting period selected by the Client must be in accordance with the valid Price List of the Operator published on the OSA Portal.
  5. The Operator reserves the right not to post or delete a posted Job Offer:
    1. which is contrary to the laws of the country / state concerned, to ethical standards or decency,
    2. presenting multiple job offers within a single form for the job (i.e. within one Job Offer),
    3. which is incomplete or misleading or contains false information or  reduces the quality of Services provided on the OSA Portal for other reasons,
    4. with advertising or marketing content or with information about the products or Services of the Client or of a third person,
    5. which may damage the reputation of the Operator or of a third party,
    6. of an erotic nature or Job Offers that arouse suspicion that it may be this type of work,
    7. double-posted on the OSA Portal by one Client,
    8. which includes a job opportunity through MLM (multilevel marketing) or doorstep sales.
  6. Access to the Operator´s CV Database. The Operator provides Clients with protected access to the Operator´s CV Database. In justified cases, in particular in the case of new Clients where the Operator assumes a risk of misusing the data of Job Seekers stored in the Operator´s CV Database, the Operator is hereby authorized to limit or refuse access to the Operator´s CV Database to such Clients.  The Client is entitled to use the data of Job Seekers obtained from the Operator´s CV Database only to find an appropriate employee.
  1. The price of Services is determined according to the Price list valid on the day of ordering the Services. The prices specified in the Price List exclude VAT. The VAT rate is defined by the effective legislation.
  2. Unless otherwise agreed, the Client generally pays the Price for the Services ordered when providing the service. Electronic invoice will be delivered after the payment in PDF format directly to Client’s e-mail or the storage of electronic documents. The invoice can be opened without any password protecting against unauthorized access to data. The notification on sending an invoice will be delivered to the Client's e-mail address defined in the order.
  1. The Client is responsible for the content of text and graphics templates supplied to Operator in order to provide the Services. If the documents supplied by the Employer include the logo, graphical materials or any other result of intellectual creative activity, the Client is responsible for the settlement of relations with their author. The Client agrees that in the case of the violation of any rights of third parties resulting in any claims against the Operator, the Client shall fully compensate the Operator.
  2. The Operator shall not be liable to the Client for finding a suitable candidate to fill a job and for him/her staying in work or other such contract.
  3. The Operator does not give any guarantee to Candidate to find an appropriate job opportunity nor the duration of work or other such contract.
  4. The Operator is not responsible for any damage that may be caused to users or third parties by using the OSA Portal, including loss of profits or loss of data.
  5. If the contract is terminated without using the Services ordered by the Client, the Client is not entitled to recover the agreed price. The Operator is not responsible for the incomplete use of Services.
  1. The Operator processes the personal data of Candidates defined in their registration profile on the OSA Portal, in CVs registered in the Operator´s Database as well as in communication realized through the OSA Portal. The personal data are processed in the order to help the Candidate with practice/job seeking.
  2. The Operator shall process the personal data of Candidates including information about:
    1. - name, surname, title ,
    2. - date of birth, age,
    3. - sex,
    4. - address, e-mail, phone number,
    5. - The data on economic identity (searched category of work, type of employment, expected salary), the expected date of commencement of the work, data on secondary and higher education, language skills and other qualifications, courses and information on previous jobs, photography, video profile).
  3. In accordance with § 13 of Act No. 122/2013 Coll. on Personal Data Protection as amended, the Operator shall process the special categories of personal data (photo and video profile) only based on the written consent of the Candidate. Candidate’s written consent shall be delivered to the Operator’s address defined in the GTC.
  4. The Candidate agree voluntarily with the processing of personal data in one or a combination of several ways
    1. insertion to the database after 1 year since the last login on the OSA Portal the personal data of Candidate shall be anonymised and used exclusively for statistical purposes
    2. accessing and provision to the Client and insertion to the database after expiration of the period of accessibility, the personal data of the Candidate shall be held in the database for 2 years since the last login on the OSA Portal and then will be anonymised and used exclusively for statistical purposes. Candidate decides on their accessing, its duration and changes in the settings of their registration profile and can change these settings any time.
    3. Disclosure on the OSA Portal, accessing and providing the Client and insertion to the Database after expiration of a period of accessibility, the personal data of the Candidate shall be held in the database for 1 year since the last login on the OSA Portal and then shall be anonymised and used exclusively for statistical purposes. Candidate decides on their accessing, its duration and changes in the settings of their registration profile and can change these settings any time.
  5. The Candidate who completed the registration on the OSA Portal agrees:
    1. with providing their personal data to Clients registered on the OSA Portal. The acceptance is given for a period of 1 year and then the personal data are anonymised and used exclusively for statistical purposes
    2. with the insertion of his personal data defined into the Database at the registration. The Operator discloses and provides their personal data defined at registration to the Client, processes and inserts into the Database; these data shall be accessible to Clients for the period determined by the Candidate in the application, afterwards the personal data shall be held in the Database for 1 year, following which they shall be anonymized and used only for statistical purposes.
  6. Anytime the Candidate may request the confirmation whether their personal data are processed and how much the Operator or Client records them. Anytime the Candidate may ask the Operator or Client to delete the data recorded by the Operator or Client.
  7. Working with the personal data of the Client and/or Intermediary and/or Candidates, the Operator and its representatives are obliged to preserve the secrecy in accordance with the Law No. 122/2013 Coll. on the Personal Data Protection as amended, and not to use these data for their own purposes nor to make them accessible/provide them to the third persons without the consent of the person concerned. Provisions of this paragraph shall not affect obligations under the relevant legislation and/or decisions of the authorities concerned.
  8. In accordance with § 62 of Act No. 351/2011 Coll. on electronic communications as amended, the Candidate agrees to use of their electronic contact details for direct marketing purposes relating to the goods or services of the Operator and its Clients.
  9. The Operator informs the Client about the fact that through the OSA Portal he uses Cookies files pursuant the Directive of the European Parliament and the Council 2002/58/ES about privacy and electronic communication. The Client agrees to the use of Cookies by using the OSA Portal. With the help of the internet browser the Client can block or delete Cookies. The Operator informs the Client that blocking Cookies can limit the full use of the OSA Portal.
  1. The Client, Intermediary and Candidate is entitled to make a complaint of Services errors and request the reasonable price discount or adequate compensation that occurred due to mistake of the Operator. Considering the provisions of § 379 of the Commercial Code, the total foreseeable damage, which might arise, is permitted up to a maximum amount equal to the price for specific Services containing an error.
  2. An Error on the part of the Operator means in particular the malfunction of the Services specified in the Order for a period longer than 6 hours during the previous 24 hours.  It is not an Error on the part of the Operator:
    1. if the Operator terminates to provide the Services based on these GTC or the confirmed order,
    2. if the Operator terminates to provide the Services due to the circumstances excluding its liability (force majeure).
  3. The Client, Intermediary and Candidate is entitled to lodging a claim within 14 days from the time the error occurred and to deliver the complaint to the Operator within that period, otherwise the complaint expires. The Client shall make the complaint in written form and send it to Operator’s registered office or by e-mail. The Operator is obliged to notice the result of the complaint procedure within 30 days from the date of its receiving.
  4. The discount from the price is applied in the form of a credit note or offer of the alternative Services as agreed with the Client.
  1. The consumer (Candidate) is entitled to request the correction from the Operator (send an e-mail to admin@oneseasonacademy.com), if they are not satisfied with the way the Operator fixed their complaint or if they think the Operator violated their rights. If the Operator rejects the request or do not respond within 30 days from the day it has been sent, the consumer is entitled to request an alternative dispute resolution (hereinafter referred to as “ADR body”) pursuant to the Act 391/2015 Coll. on alternative consumer dispute resolution (hereinafter referred to as “ADR Act”). ADR bodies are bodies and entitled legal persons in accordance with § 3 of ADR Act. The Consumer may file the proposal in a way according to the § 12 of ADR Act. The list of ADR bodies is available on the website of the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic www.mhsr.sk.
  2. The consumer may make a complaint through alternative dispute resolution platform – online dispute resolution, which is available online at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/index_en.htm.
  3. Alternative dispute resolution may be used only by the consumer - a natural person who does not act within the scope of his/her business, employment or occupation at the time of Consumer contract conclusion and validity. Alternative dispute resolution relates only to the disputes between consumers and the Operator resulting from a Consumer contract or relating to the Consumer contract. Alternative dispute resolution relates only to distance contracts. Alternative dispute resolution does not apply to disputes, in which the value of the dispute does not exceed the amount of EUR 20. ADR body may require the consumer to pay a fee for initiating an ADR in the max. amount of 5 EUR, VAT including.
  1. Unilateral set-off of claims of the Client, Intermediary and Candidate against the claims of Operator is excluded, unless the Operator grants its prior written consent.
  2. The Operator reserves the right to amend and supplement the GTC while informing the Client immediately by publishing the changes on the Website and including the date from which the changes take effect.  The original GTC expire when the new GTC come into force.
  3. Divergent provisions in the Contract shall prevail over the GTC. The scope of GTC or parts thereof may be excluded only with the written agreement of the Contractual Parties to the Contract.
  4. These GTC shall enter into force on October, 1st, 2016.
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