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1 Independent Contractors Agreement

An Independent Contractor is not an employee. Technically speaking a company is the client of an independent contractor. An employer may not dictate how, when, or where an independent contractor works. However, an independent contractor agreement is in place to set forth what is expected of the independent contractor, as well as the company, at the price, or rate, set forth in the agreement. An Independent Contractor agreement is important so that the two parties, employer/company and independent contractor, understand what the specifics of the project are that the independent contractor is hired to perform, and the time frame which the project is expected to be completed.

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2 Reciprocal Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreement

A reciprocal confidentiality agreement is for the situation where multiple parties are sharing information with each other, and all parties wish for the information to remain confidential. Or not to be shared outside of the relationship. Use this document to require all parties to the contract to refrain from sharing specified information with outside parties, during the relationship and potentially after it ends.

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3 Consulting Agreement

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4 Employment Manual

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5 Employee Disciplinary Notice

An employer greatly relies on the productivity and performance of its employees. Use this form if you have an employee who isn't performing at the level you, the employer, expect. For legal reasons as well as overall company morale, it is important to warn employees about poor performance, give reminders of the standards they should be living up to and to agree to new goals with the employee to see improvements in performance.

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6 Confidentiality Agreement

This form is for employers seeking to have an employee sign an agreement to maintain all of the company's secrets and proprietary information of the company. It asks the recipient to not share any of the information they learn while being employed with the company with any outside individuals both during the course of their employment with the company and for a certain number of years after leaving the company.

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7 Final Warning Before Dismissal

Even if terminating an employee for good reason it is important to document all warnings of poor performance. Help protect your company from litigation by using this form to give written warning to an employee that without improvement they will be terminated, additionally keep the written warning on record.

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8 Acknowledgement of Modified Terms

In some relationships, which involve an original contract between parties involved, there may be a change in circumstances that call for an alteration of the original contract. In order to protect themselves, parties may want to enter into an additional, subsequent contract which clarifies the changes in the relationship. This new contract usually explains the new terms of the contract and also restates which, if any, remaining portions of the old contract are still in place. This document can be used as a written acknowledgment of such modifications to an original agreement.

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