Staff Terms and Conditions

This page tells you the terms on which we provide our service to you when you register and subscribe to our site as Staff ("Staff Services")

INFORMATION ABOUT US is a site operated by Stuck Network Limited ("We"). We are registered in England and Wales under company 04560520 and have our registered office at Unit 214, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham. Our VAT number is [883 9142 88].


On registration with us and/or subscription to our Staff Services you agree to comply with our Terms of Website Use and to our Acceptable Use Policy.

You can find further details about our Staff Services on our Staff FAQs page.

The information that you provide to us on registration is important and must be true and accurate. You must keep that information up to date whether through our site or by notifying us in writing.

On successful registration and payment of a subscription you will be permitted access to our Staff Services (subject to our Terms of Website Use) for the relevant Subscription Duration.


We will deal with any personal data that we collect from you in accordance with our Privacy Policy


In subscribing to our Staff Services you consent to Agencies using our ratings facility unless you opt-out. Further details of the Ratings facility and opting-out can be found on the Staff Ratings page (Note: you must be logged in to view this information).


In subscribing to our Staff Services we may provide opportunities to allow you to recommend friends to In recommending a friend you confirm that your friend has consented to receiving information about the services we offer. For more information about recommending please go to the Staff Referrals page (Note: you must be logged in to view this information).


In working for Agencies you agree that you are not an employee, agent or partner of ours and that you will not make any such assertions. You confirm and agree that no employment relationship is intended and understand and agree that we are not an employment agency.

If through our site we should provide a mechanism for payment to you directly by an agency, you and/or the agency will be responsible for the discharge of any liability to taxation, for the payment of national insurance contributions, or any other like liabilities, in respect of all fees and other sums payable to you.


Access to our Staff Services will terminate on expiry of a Subscription Duration.

We may also terminate your subscription immediately and/or your registration without notice if:

  • you fail to comply with these terms and conditions or our Terms of Website Use or our Acceptable Use Policy; or
  • you fail to pay a subscription or any renewal; or
  • you are bankrupt or insolvent (or if steps have been taken in a bankruptcy, insolvency or other process of debt administration).

You may terminate your registration by giving notice to us at Refund of any subscription (or part of it) (except in the case of cancellation during a Cancellation Period) will be at our sole discretion.


If you are acting as a consumer you are entitled (under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000) to a seven (7) day cooling off period starting on the day after you accept these terms and conditions except where in a contract for services such as this the service starts before the end of the usual 7 days. Please note that if you accept these terms and conditions and pay a subscription before the end of the usual 7 days the service will start and you will have no right to cancel.


Any waiver, delay or failure in our enforcing or requiring compliance of any term or provision of these terms or of our Terms of Website Use shall not prevent us from subsequently requiring compliance with any such term or provision.


If any term or provision of the these Agency terms and conditions or of our Terms of Website Use are held to be unenforceable, in whole or in part, then the validity and enforceability of the remaining terms or provisions shall not be affected.


These terms shall not be enforceable under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by a person who is not party to them.


We shall not be liable to you in respect of anything that may constitute breach of this agreement arising by reason of force majeure including (without limitation) fire, flood, accident, acts of terrorism, telecommunications and utilities failure, civil unrest, riot, war, act of God, the act of any government or authority (including refusal or revocation of any licence or consent), theft, malicious damage and any cause or circumstance whatsoever beyond our reasonable control.


The English courts will have exclusive jurisdiction over any claim arising from, or related to, a visit to our site although we retain the right to bring proceedings against you for breach of these conditions in your country of residence or any other relevant country. These terms are governed by English law.