Independent Contractor Agreement
Contract for hiring a subcontractor, or if you're hiring a service provider for your business
Whenever you bring someone into your business, whether to work for you on behalf of clients, or perform services for another aspect of your business, you need a document formalizing the relationship. Especially if you’re hiring a subcontractor, you want a contract with language favorable to you in the event of a dispute. Our Independent Contractor Agreement will protect your confidential information, and also includes a non-solicitation provision so contractors are prohibited from poaching your clients or employees.
This agreement will prompt you to provide a detailed scope of work, so it’s clear to both you and the service provider exactly what the contractor will be doing and when, how they need to be available to you and when, how they’re going to get paid, and all the other nuances of the relationship that need to be clearly spelled out in order to avoid misunderstandings down the road.
This contract comes with step-by-step instructions and a video tutorial so you can quickly and easily customize it for your independent contractor. If you watch the video tutorial, your time to complete the contract is less than 45 minutes.
Planning on hiring a subcontractor? Maybe you want to hire a VA, consultant, or other service provider for your business? This contract is for you. If you are taking on an employee and not an independent contractor, you’ll need a different type of contract. Please consult an employment lawyer in your area and they can help you get the right contract for your employee.