When identifying the parties, be sure to use the full legal names of the employee and employer. Note that the employer can be either an individual or business entity. If the employer is a business, be sure to include the type of business entity in the name of the employer; for instance "eDemand, LLC."
Review and Update
Our guided questions make the process of drafting your employment contract easy. Some of the details you can enter include the term of employment, a full job description, and how the employee will be compensated, among others. Keep in mind that you do not need to add every individual service the employee will be responsible for since the employer may assign new duties that are reasonable and within the scope of the agreement.
Review and Sign
The employer and employee should add their signatures at the end of the contract along with the date on which the agreement was signed. You may use electronic signatures if it is more convenient for you. Lastly, the employer should provide a copy of the signed contract to the employee and store their own copy in a secure location.
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