General Terms and Conditions

General conditions of BURKINA WORK & SERVICES, for the provision of salary analysis on the website www.salaireburkina.com

General provisions

  1. BURKINA WORK & SERVICES, whose head office is located in Ouagadougou, Rue 19.41, Sector 14, registered in the Ouagadougou Trade and Furniture Credit Register, under the number: BF OUA 2019 A8780 (hereinafter referred to as "the operator" "), is the operator of the website www.salaireburkina.com (hereinafter referred to as the" website ") and the provider of online salary analyzes (hereinafter referred to as" salary analysis ") on the website.
  2. The Operator issues the following General Conditions (hereinafter referred to as the "GTC") governing the rights and obligations of the Operator and the Customer in the supply and use of the Salary Analysis. The T & Cs are an integral part of the contract concluded by the Operator and the Purchaser, while the contractual relationship between the Operator and the Purchaser is established by the confirmation of the order for the Salary Analysis by the Operator.
  3. The salary analysis (and its results) is only intended to inform the client within the framework of his activities and for his own purposes. The Customer does not have the right to distribute the data acquired by using salary analysis to third parties, for payment or not, nor to use it for other purposes or to allow its use for other purposes to another party. Without the prior written consent of the Operator, the Customer does not have the right to publish the results of the Salary Analysis on the Customer's websites or in its publications, nor to copy or reproduce the results of the Analysis of wages in any other way, in particular for the purpose of marketing the Client. Products and services. The

Conditions governing the provision of salary analysis to individuals or employees

  1. Website visitors can easily order the salary analysis, based on the job and region specified, by filling out a short online form.
  2. Before confirming the order, the site visitor must indicate their e-mail. Visitors to the Site confirm their order by clicking on the "Order" button.
  3. Salary analysis is provided for advance payment. Once the ordered salary analysis has been paid for, the salary analysis will be delivered to the email address specified by the customer.
  4. After confirming the order, the customer can pay the price of the salary report by one of the following methods: Orange Money, Bank Transfer or by Check (preferably in the name of the company).
  5. Salary analysis is provided under the above conditions only to employees. Being subject to the Simplified Tax System, we are not subject to the invoicing of value added tax.
  6. The operator is not responsible for direct or indirect damage caused by the use of the salary analysis output. The operator will make increased efforts to ensure that the result of the salary analysis is processed on the basis of reliable, correct and representative data; however, this does not guarantee the absolute accuracy and completeness of the salary analysis. The salary analysis is purely statistical in nature.

Conditions governing the provision of wage analysis to businesses

  1. To use one of the services, the Customer is required to register on the Site. Registration takes place when ordering the salary analysis by filling in the order form. By filling in the order form, the Customer creates their own online account protected by a unique user name and password; the login password is sent to the email address provided by the customer. The Customer is obliged to protect his username and password against any misuse and not to disclose them to third parties.
  2. Any analysis of the Operator's additional salary can be ordered via the online account, in exceptional cases on the basis of a written (letter, e-mail) or telephone order from the Customer.
  3. The order must contain at least these elements:
    • Company name and / or legal form of the Purchaser,
    • Billing address or also the Customer's postal address,
    • Company registration number, tax identification number (IFU),
    • The Purchaser's contact details (telephone number, e-mail),
    • Type of service ordered.
  4. After placing the order, an order confirmation is sent to the Customer's contact email address (acceptance of the order). An order confirmed by the Operator is binding and can only be modified with the mutual consent of the contracting parties. The operator has the right to modify the order for an administrative fee.
  5. The price of the salary analysis is determined based on the valid price list published on the website on the day of the order of the salary analysis.
  6. An invoice (tax document) is generally issued by the operator after providing the customer with the salary analysis. The invoice will be due within 14 days of the date of issue, unless otherwise agreed in the contract. In justified cases, the Operator has the right to provide the ordered salary analysis only after payment of the price of the ordered salary analysis; the Operator will inform the Commander beforehand of this fact.
  7. The Customer is required to pay the price of the Salary Analysis ordered on time, by bank transfer to the Operator's bank account indicated on the invoice. The Customer also has the right to pay the invoice using one of the online payment systems available on the Site (CardPay, PayPal).
  8. In the event of late payment of the Order, the Operator is entitled to charge interest on arrears of 0.1% on the outstanding amount of each day of delay; the Operator also has the right to temporarily suspend the continuation of the provision of services, until payment of the amount invoiced. In the event of a Customer delay greater than 30 days, the Operator is entitled to mandate the complaint in question to a collection agency cooperating with the Operator. The cost of collecting complaints will be included in the operator's complaint.
  9. Objections to invoices issued which would result in a restriction of the operator's right to a complaint against the customer must be applied by the customer in writing to the operator within 7 days from the date of receipt of the invoice.
  10. The Operator will only reimburse sums of money to the Customer if these amounts individually exceed 2,000 CFA francs (XOF).

Common provisions

  1. The operator is not responsible for direct or indirect damage caused by the use of the salary analysis output. The operator will make increased efforts to ensure that the result of the salary analysis is processed on the basis of reliable, correct and representative data; however, this does not guarantee the absolute accuracy and completeness of the salary analysis. The salary analysis is purely statistical in nature.
  2. The Operator is not responsible for any misuse of the user name and password by unauthorized persons, nor for indirect damage or claims by third parties caused by such abuse.
  3. The buyer acknowledges that the salary analysis (or its result) is an author's work and is protected by copyright law or other similar laws in force abroad. The operator holds a valid license or other consent from the parties concerned (authors or parties exercising the author's property rights) to use these author works, or is directly the party authorized to exercise the property rights of the author in accordance with the Copyright Law, that is to say give his consent for any subsequent use of these works. The client recognizes that part of the output of the salary analysis may be a database created by the operator or another person who is subject to the right to
  4. The authorizing officer of the salary analysis has the right to claim an error which has occurred on the part of the operator. Due to the statistical nature of the salary analysis, the customer is not entitled to claim the content of the output of the salary analysis. The deadline for filing a complaint is at the latest 14 days from the date on which the Customer noticed or was able to find the error. The Customer can submit the complaint in writing by sending a letter to the Operator's address, or by e-mail to [email protected]
  5. In accordance with art. 62 of Law No. 351/2011 Coll. on electronic communications, as modified, the customer accepts the use of his electronic contact details for direct marketing purposes relating to the goods or services of the operator and his business partners.
  6. The Operator reserves the right to modify and supplement the GTC by immediately informing the Customer by publishing the modifications on the Website and specifying the date from which the modifications take effect. The original GTC expires when the new GTC enters into force.
  7. All relationships which are not stipulated in the contract and / or the GTC are governed by the laws of the Slovak Republic.
  8. Divergent provisions of the contract will prevail over the GTC. The scope of the T & Cs or parts thereof can only be excluded with the written agreement of the contracting parties to the contract.


  1. A "cookie", also called "HTTP cookie", "Web cookie" or "browser cookie", is used to send and return information from the source website to the user's browser. The information can be used to identify and verify the user session, user preferences or anything that can be done by storing data on the user's computer. The information collected via cookies helps BURKINA WORK & SERVICES to understand payburkina.com visitors and determine how they use the website. All information is anonymous, but follows certain sequences, such as the order of clicks.
  2. The information collected via cookies is analyzed using Google Analytics and may include, for example, the following:
    • Time of visit to current website.
    • If and when the user last visited the site.
    • From which site the user accessed the website (a notification that cookies from the host domain do not share information between websites).
    • IP address, which is also used to identify information such as country, state, city (called geolocation by IP address).
  3. Cookies do not collect information such as name, email or other address or billing information. Google Analytics terms and conditions also clearly prohibit users of this service from collecting information that connects personal data to Google Analytics information.
  4. BURKINA WORK & SERVICES, guarantees that all information relating to individual users is kept in accordance with local and international laws and regulations. The information collected via cookies is stored by the Google service. Learn more about Google's privacy policy.

These T & Cs will come into force on 06/01/2020.

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