Secretary or administrative assistant
- Length:6 pages (2024 words)
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About this document
This document is suitable for both:
- Individual self employed admin assistants, typists, personal assistants, executive secretaries, executive assistants, clerical assistants, receptionists providing clerical services from a remote setting or on-premises who will present the document to the client as “my contract”. and
- Any business that requires admin, reception or clerical assistance. In this case, it provides the essential starting point for the relationship.
The contract emphasises the contractor’s self employed status.
If you are a business employing admin staff specifically to contract them out, you will need both contracts of employment between yourself and your employees as well as an agreement for your contracting company, that is, between you and the client, all of which can be found on the Net Lawman website. Note, this document is for a sole trader.
Application and features
- Over-arching agreement designed for ongoing use or a single assignment;
- Very flexible to suit the requirements of either or both parties;
- Can also be used for remote setting: work from home or any other location
- Provides a complete framework;
- Protects both sides;
- Establishes as far as possible a self employed status;
- Reduces the chances for employer obligations to arise.
- Written in plain English;
- Includes explanatory notes.
- Details of the parties;
- Detailed description of the work required;
- Who may perform the services;
- Hours to be worked;
- Dispute resolution;
- Other legal provisions;
- Explanatory notes and guidance.