...and earn £50* for every person you refer!
Do you know someone who is looking for a new social care role? We're currently recruiting Care Assistants, Support Workers and Day Centre Assistants to name but a few! Click here for the full list of vacancies.
We will pay you £50* everytime you refer a friend to us, once they have completed 100 hours.
Complete the form to earn your £50* referral...
Social Care Refer a Friend Scheme Terms and Conditions: The organiser of this promotion (the “Promoter”) is Medacs Healthcare of 800 The Boulevard, Capability Green, Luton, LU1 3BA. The recipient of a £50 payment is the “Referrer”. The referrer will qualify for a payment of £50 (subject to tax and National Insurance Contributions) should each of the following conditions be met: The Referrer must; be registered with the Promoter as an agency worker; have recommended to the Promoter a social care worker or support worker who subsequently registers with the Promoter; have consent from the person being recommended (the “Candidate”); ensure that the Candidate confirms the Referrer's full name when registering with the Promoter. The Candidate must; not already be registered with the Promoter; complete 100 hours of work via the Promoter within a six month period, commencing within six months of the registration date. Once the Promoter has carried out the necessary checks to ensure that the Referrer qualifies for the promotion, the Promoter will pay £50 into the UK bank account the Promoter has on file for the Referrer. The Referrer may recommend more than one individual and each recommendation will allow them to become eligible for more than one payment, subject to these Terms and Conditions. By submitting a referral the Referrer is deemed to accept these terms and conditions. The promotion is not open to employees and past employees of the Promoter, nor their families. The Promoter reserves the right to change or close the Promotion at any time and without notice. These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales.
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