The Last Planet Difference
Candidates NEVER Pay!
The value of your Social Sphere ™
This job board introduces a new concept on the value of your business connections, i.e. your 'Social Sphere™'. One that will never cost you a cent to access while potentially paying you for that information. Valuable information and contacts that you should not giveaway for free.
You are paid in a number of ways:
1) Candidates who have created a user account on The Last Planet job board and who are hired by an employer posting a job on the site, will receive a payment of 1% of their starting base salary. All you have to do is remain with the new employer for 90 days. You will always be paid the 1% for the job you were hired for on The Last Planet, so long as you are employed with that company for 90 days. Keep in mind, it is no detriment to you to be a part of someone else's sphere.
2) Users who refer others directly (Direct Referrals) to sign up on The Last Planet job board will receive a payment of 1% of those users starting base salary when they are hired through an employer posting a job on The Last Planet. This is how you begin to build your 'Social Sphere™'. We refer to this as Orbit 1 of your Social Sphere™. You are paid the 1% each and every time these candidates find jobs through the website.
When a candidate in your Orbit 5 is hired by an employer utilizing the site, that candidate will be paid a 1% bonus of their base pay. The person who directly referred them, your Orbit 4, will also be paid a 1% bonus. Each person in your Orbits 1 thru 3 will be paid ½ of 1% of that candidate's base pay. Finally, you will be paid ½ of 1% as well. Again, all commissions are predicated on new hires fulfilling the 90 day employment provision.
This version in effect since December 31, 2009.
Acceptance of Conditions of Use and Disclaimers.
Each time you use the Website, this Statement as it then reads will govern your use. Accordingly, when you use the Website you should check the date of this Statement (which appears at the top of this Statement) and review any changes since the last version.