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BRANX TECH SERVICES

124 Baker Street


Westminster
London, W1U 6TY
The United Kingdom
Tel: +447045729175 Fax: +448712561892

EMPLOYMENT TERMS / AGREEMENT

This Employment Agreement is made effective as of this 15th day of September, 2010,
between BRANX TECH SERVICES of 124 Baker Street, Westminster, London W1U
6TY herein called the employer and MARA AGUIRRE of Argentina herein called the
employee. This Agreement holds as follows:

1. EMPLOYMENT: Employer shall employ Employee in the position of


Translator/interpreter (Spanish—English). Date of hire shall be the date
employee shows at the office upon employee’s arrival to The UK.

2. EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION/BENEFITS: For services provided,


Employer shall pay Employee a starting monthly salary of 3900 GBD (three
thousand, nine hundred Great British Pounds) after tax, paid in accordance with
Employer’s annual payroll procedures.

3. ORIENTATION: Details of employee’s job environment will be given to


employee upon employee’s assumption of duty. Employee will be undergoing a
one week orientation course upon assumption of duty, this course is to help
acquaint employee with employee’s new position, subordinates, new duties,
colleagues, the Organization and the country at large

Employee will also receive the following additional benefits:

i Vacation: Employee shall earn up to 30 days (in every 365 working


days) vacation during the calendar year. Vacation time is applicable on the
commencement of active service starting from employee’s date of hire.

ii Insurance: As soon as employee assumes duty, employee will be covered


under Employer’s group health insurance policy. The cost of this insurance
shall be borne by employer. This policy shall cover employee and employee’s
immediate family whom employee may be coming to The UK with, unless
employee advises otherwise.

iii. Housing/security: Employee shall be provided with an official car, and a


furnished accommodation (3 bed room apartment), about 15 minutes drive to
job location, with adequate security and all necessary house aid upon
employee’s arrival to The UK.

iv. Job Duration/Termination/Compensation: This minimum period of this


job shall be two years. Should employee which to terminate employment
before the initial two years, such employee shall be without any termination
compensation. Should employee wish to discontinue upon completion of the
minimum two years, employee shall be compensated as termination benefit,
with one quarter of all the salaries collected by the employee from the first
month of commencement of duty. The same is applicable if employee
chooses to continue with the job after the first two years. Two months’ notice
is expected from the employee regarding job termination.

But if employee’s job is terminated by the employer before the minimum first
two years, employer shall be under obligation to pay to employee as
termination benefit, one quarter of all salaries collected by the employee in
the preceding months plus five thousand Great British Pounds (5000 GBP).

4. JOB LOCATION: Employee’s job location shall be in Umpire Technology


Trust Services main building in Westminster London.

5. HOURS OF WORK: Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

6. EXPENSES: Employer shall be responsible for all employee’s expenses


covering visa/work permit and return ticket to the UK. Upon confirmation of
employee’s visa, employer shall mail employee’s return ticket to employee’s
stated mailing address (employee is to make sure the address stated is correct).

7. CONFLICTING EMPLOYMENT: Employee agrees that during the time of his


employment with Employer, he/she will not accept nor will he/she engage in
employment, consulting or other business activity directly related to the business
of the Employer.

8. CONFIDENTIALITY: Employee acknowledges that he/she may have access


to the Employer’s confidential and proprietary information. Such confidential
information may include, without limitation: i) business and financial information,
ii) business methods and practices, iii) technologies and technological strategies,
iv) marketing strategies and other such information as the Employer may
designate as confidential (“Confidential Information”). Employee agrees not to
disclose to any other person(s) (unless required by law), or use for personal gain
any Confidential Information at any time during or after the termination of
employment, unless Employer grants express written consent of such a
disclosure. In addition, Employee will use his/her best efforts to prevent any
such disclosure. Confidential information will not include information that is in the
public domain, unless such information falls into public domain through
Employee’s unauthorized actions.

9. NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT: Following the termination of employment,


Employee agrees not to engage in any business similar to or in competition with
the business of the Employer in the geographical area for a period of 3 months
within a radius of 300 miles of Employer’s home address. For purposes of this
agreement, engaging “in any business similar to, or in competition with the
business of Employer” shall include, without limitation: (i) engaging in such a
business as an owner, partner or agent; (ii) taking employment with a third party
engaged in such business either as an employee, contractor or consultant; or (iii)
soliciting customers for the benefit of a third party engaged in such business.

10. NON-SOLICITATION OF EMPLOYEES: Employee agrees that for a period


of six months following the termination of his/her employment, Employee will not
induce, recruit or solicit any of the Employer’s employees to terminate their
employment or enter into another employment arrangement with a third party.
11. INVENTIONS:
A. Disclosure: During the course of his/her employment, Employee agrees to
promptly give full written disclosure to Employer of all inventions, discoveries,
improvements, developments and innovations, conceived in whole or in part by
Employee, directly or indirectly that: (i) result from work performed on behalf of
Employer, (ii) relate in any manner to Employer’s business or (iii) result from the
use of Employer’s materials, time, resources, employees or facilities (collectively
the “Inventions”).
B. Assignment/Assistance: Employee hereby assigns all right, title, and
interest to the Inventions to Employer, its successors and assigns. Furthermore,
with respect to the Inventions, during the course of his/her employment and after
its termination, Employee agrees to: (i) assist Employer in obtaining copyrights,
patents, or any other intellectual rights; (ii) provide all pertinent information and
data to Employer, (iii) execute all applications, assignments and other
instruments as required by Employer; and (iv) at Employer’s request and
expense, assist in the defense and prosecution of its intellectual rights in the
Inventions.
12. OTHER RULES AND POLICIES: Employee agrees to abide by any other
rules, policies or procedures as communicated by Employer that are generally
applicable to employees of Employer.
13. RETURN OF PROPERTY: Upon termination of employment, Employee will
return to Employer all drawings, documents, and other tangible manifestations of
Confidential Information (and all copies and reproductions thereof). In addition,
Employee will return any other property belonging to Employer including without
limitation: computers, office supplies, and documents.

14. BINDING EFFECT: The covenants and conditions contained in the


Agreement shall apply to and bind the Parties and the heirs, legal
representatives, successors and permitted assigns of the Parties.

15. CUMULATIVE RIGHTS: The Parties’ rights under this Agreement are
cumulative, and shall not be construed as exclusive of each other unless
otherwise required by law.

16. WAIVER: The failure of either party to enforce any provisions of this
Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver or limitation of that party's right to
subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision of this
Agreement.

17. SEVERABILITY: If any part or parts of this Agreement shall be held


unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in
full force and effect. If any provision of this Agreement is deemed invalid or
unenforceable by any statute, ordinance or court of competent jurisdiction, and if
limiting such provision would make the provision valid, then such provision shall
be deemed to be construed as so limited.

18. ENTIRE AGREEMENT: This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement


between the Parties and supersedes any prior understanding or representation of
any kind preceding the date of this Agreement. There are no other promises,
conditions, understandings or other agreements, whether oral or written, relating
to the subject matter of this Agreement. This Agreement may be modified in
writing and must be signed by both Employee and Employer.

19. NOTICE: Any notice required or otherwise given pursuant to this Agreement
shall be in writing and mailed certified return receipt requested, postage prepaid,
or delivered by overnight delivery service, addressed as follows:

Employer: BRANX TECH SERVICES, 124 Baker Street, Westminster, London,


London W1U 6TY.

Employee:

________________________________
Either party may change such addresses from time to time by providing notice as
set forth above.

20. GOVERNING LAW: This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in


accordance with the statutory expatriate laws of the United Kingdom.

IN WITNESS WHERE OF the parties have caused this Agreement to be


executed the day and year first above written

EMPLOYER:
BRANX TECH SERVICES.

Mr. Richard Anderson.


FOR: BRANX TECH SERVICES

EMPLOYEE:
__________________________________
(Signature)

(Name – Please Print)