Terms of Service
Job seekers (future employees) and employers using the services provided by Greatest Hire are governed by the following.
General Terms of Service
- Job advertisements submitted through Greatest Hire are subject to the approval and management of Greatest Hire.
- Job advertisers must be a minimum of 18 years of age to place a job advertisement.
- Public and legal notices will not be posted.
- Greatest Hire maintains the unconditional right to limit or disallow any advertisements submitted for publication.
- Greatest Hire reserves the right to refuse ads from parties who have violated the policies set forth in these terms of service.
- Greatest Hire assumes no liability, implied or otherwise, for the content that appears in the job advertisements, which are presented "as is.”
- Greatest Hire is not responsible for typographical errors, corrections or other modifications in any ad copy that is entered by an online or TV classified advertiser. The person or organization placing the ad assumes full responsibility to ensure accurate presentation of advertising information.
- Greatest Hire reserves the right to determine the posting duration of any ad, and may change this duration without notice.
- Greatest Hire reserves the right to cancel any ad without notice.
- Online classified ads may not be copied for republication, either online or on paper, without express written permission from Greatest Hire.
- Greatest Hire reserves the right to discontinue the online classified advertising service at any time.
- Users of the Greatest Hire web site agree to abide by the advertisement posting guidelines.
- Greatest Hire reserves the right to disallow or censor any inappropriate or foul language.
- By agreeing to use the service, any online user indicates agreement to abide by the policies as set forth in these terms of service, and furthermore releases Greatest Hire from any liability or claims of damage as a result of using this service.
- All jobs placements must not violate any of the laws of the region in which the work will take place.
Job Advertisement Posting Guidelines
The following sets of guidelines are applicable to the posting of job advertisements. Advertisement postings must refrain from the following unacceptable activities:
- Violate any laws or contain content from the Prohibited Advertisements Policy;
- Infringe any third-party right;
- Be malicious, false or misleading;
- Use inappropriate, foul, demeaning, or offensive language in the wording of the advertisement;
- Intentionally mischaracterize an employment activity in terms of the duration, nature of work, compensation, work site, working conditions, etc., in a way that adversely affects the candidate employees’ understanding of the employment;
- Distribute or contain spam emails, pyramid schemes, or chain letters;
- Distribute viruses or any other types of software or technologies that could harm Greatest Hire or its users;
- Impose an unreasonable load on our servers and infrastructure or interfere with the proper working of the Greatest Hire;
- Copy, modify, or distribute any other person's content without prior written permission;
- Use any robot, spider, agent or other automated means to gain access to the information possessed by Greatest Hire and collect content for any purpose without our express written permission;
- Harvest or otherwise collect information about others, including email addresses and telephone numbers, without their prior consent;
- Intentionally bypass measures implemented to prevent or restrict access to Greatest Hire.
Prohibited Advertisements Policy
Job advertisements for any services that are considered objectionable or unlawful are prohibited. This includes activities such as the following:
- Jobs where services are requested to be performed free of charge or below prevailing market wages.
- Jobs where underage employees are being hired.
- Jobs with hazardous or unsafe working conditions.
- Jobs where the employer does not have the necessary permits to perform the work being completed.
- Jobs which are in violation of regional and national employment best practices.
- Adult or erotic services, escort services.
- Jobs involving authoring, publication, or distribution of obscene or offensive material.
- Performing of any illegal services.
- Jobs that involve manufacturing, sales, or distribution of counterfeit, embargoed, or illegal or stolen products and services.