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Personalised employment contracts
Full-time, part-time, casual and fixed-term
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Why do I need a contract?
- Formalises conditions of employment
- Sets out performance requirements
- Establishes job duties
- Protects commercial interests like IP
- Outlines termination obligations
- Compliance with Australian regulations
1 Tell us about the role
Run through the intuitive wizard and answer intelligent and relevant questions. This allows you to tailor the contract to the job specifications. For example, the wizard will need to know whether the job is full-time, part-time, or casual. This will trigger a series of questions that are relevant to this specific role. Throughout the steps, the wizard will provide you with hints and tips that are useful to the engagement.
2 We'll draft the contract
Instantly generate the job contract based on the individual circumstances. Contracts vary in scope and in length and depend on the specifications that are established. You can edit any of the terms drafted or add your own content if we have missed anything. This may be particularly useful if you are in the "negotiation" stage with the new employee.
3 Send for signatures
Streamline the acceptance process by prompting the new employee to securely access the contract, for review and authorisation, via . This eliminates any paperwork and manual signatures, but still complies with Australian regulations in terms of the signing/execution of contracts.
The employee will appreciate the efficient process and the time saved.
4 Stay up to date
Maintain all your signed job contracts in the cloud, for secure access anytime from anywhere.
Choose to document any changes to the employee's circumstances by issuing a "variation" to the contract. For example, you will want to ensure that a change to an employee's remuneration package is formally documented, and signed by both parties, in order to eliminate any potential misunderstandings.
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