The HCL Healthcare terms and conditions refer to any instances of entry taking place at ‘The Occupational Therapy Show’ on Wednesday 27th – Thursday 28th November 2019 and any instances of registering with HCL Healthcare following visiting our stand. Upon registering you will be entered into a prize draw to win an Amazon Echo Dot. This competition is exclusive to attendees of ‘The Occupational Therapy Show 2019’.

• Entries are effective as of Wednesday 27th November 2019 until Friday 20th December 2019. Any registrations made outside this period will not be entered into the prize draw.
• Excludes candidates that are already registered with HCL Healthcare,
• By registering your interest to HCL Healthcare, you are stating that you are interested in working with us and are happy for us to contact you.
• To qualify for a reward, you must be registered by Friday 20th December 2019.
• To qualify for the prize draw you must be eligible, qualified in your profession to the desired standards and available to work for HCL Healthcare within a three month period. We have the right to withdraw the offer if we find that a person does not fit this criteria.
• Once confirmation of the winner is provided, the decision is final and cannot be changed.
• We can only accept registrations for people already working in the UK, or those who are eligible to work in the UK.
• HCL Healthcare reserves the right to offer an alternative reward of the same value at any time.
• Only the HCL Healthcare brand participates in this competition and offer for a limited time only.
• HCL Healthcare reserve the right to transfer your registration to a more relevant and suited sub-division of the group if it would be in the interest of both parties.
• The person registering has the right to decline any work or offers from HCL Healthcare
• HCL Healthcare’s decision is final.
This offer and competition is limited to attendees of ‘The Occupational Therapy Show’. You must not refer any person under this scheme where you gained or developed the relationship through your employment, office, agency or any other position you may hold, or where referring the individual breaches any duty you may owe to any other organisation or person. To do so may amount to a criminal offence.