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Payments for subscriptions are non-refundable and non-transferrable, and cannot be exchanged for credit.
Shortlist reserves the right to restrict, suspend or terminate service at any time.
Single-user subscriptions are for use by only one person and are not to be shared, reproduced or redistributed.
Subscriptions can be transferred, on request, to another person working for the subscribed organisation.
Our discounted multi-user subscription rates can be used by individual businesses, charities, agencies and statutory authorities to provide access for their direct employees. Accounts must be billed to a central contact (no split billing). All users must use the same email domain (eg @shortlist.net.au). It is not permissible to add clients, service providers, members, affiliates, or users working for subsidiary or other related organisations, or to group-buy between separate businesses/operators.
Subscriptions can be transferred, on request, to another person employed by the subscribed organisation.
All Shortlist content and feeds are protected by copyright and provided as a service for subscribers. It is a breach of our copyright to republish or redistribute Shortlist content and feeds – including but not limited to the email updates we send and content published on this website – without written permission from HR Publications Pty Ltd, the publisher of Shortlist.
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Shortlist reserves the right to restrict, suspend or terminate subscriptions, feeds, or other agreements at any time, without liability.
Do not forward or share Shortlist login details or email alerts.
Forwarding a Shortlist email alert jeopardises the security of your subscription details, including contact information, passwords, invoicing and subscription history and permissions, while also breaching our copyright.
Our fair usage policy makes generous allowances for occasional sharing within your organisation (see fair usage policy below), however sharing our content with external organisations (including clients, service providers, and subsidiary organisations) is strictly prohibited.
The Shortlist fair usage policy is designed to ensure subscribers are aware of how they can share the information we publish.
We understand that there are occasions when you want to share a particular article with others.
We think it's important for you to be able to do this, but please follow the rules below. Doing so will ensure you don't breach copyright law, or hinder our ability to provide the best, most affordable service we can for our subscribers.
Under our fair usage policy:
Subscribers can print paper copies of any article published by Shortlist for distribution and/or display within the subscribing organisation only (this does not include subsidiaries or clients).
Printed articles must not be altered in any way and should clearly display the Shortlist logo. Click the printer icon at the top or bottom of any article to print a page that is appropriate for display.
Examples of distribution permitted under the policy include sharing printed articles among management, displaying them in a reception area, or posting them on a noticeboard.
Subscribers can obtain permission to reproduce Shortlist articles in internal publications or with external parties. Certain conditions apply – please contact us with requests.
Forward any email update from Shortlist – this is a breach of our copyright. (Forwarding our emails also compromises the security of your account and can block your access to the site.)
Make or distribute web copies of articles published by Shortlist.
Share subscription login details.