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Employing new people is an exciting part of running or growing a business.

MyJobContracts® makes the onboarding process fast and easy, by providing you with the tools you need to confirm a new staff hire.

The employment contract should accurately reflect the mutual expectations of the engagement, to ensure that there are no potential misunderstandings or disputes in the future. The contract should also be compliant with the Fair Work Act and any applicable awards.

We understand that each industry and role is different and have their unique sets of expectations and legal requirements. For example, issues such as ownership of intellectual property and restraint of trade are particularly relevant to the running of a digital agency, but are generally not of interest to a hairdresser.

Our online wizard will guide you through a series of easy-to-understand questions, relevant to the role, before we instantly draft a customised contract, ready to be sent for signing.

The new staff member will appreciate receiving the contract via , eliminating the need for messy paperwork.

Over time, circumstances are likely to change. We therefore enable you to keep the contract active. For example, there may be a salary increase or a change in job duties. Instead of creating a new contract, we encourage you to issue a “contract variation”. Our online wizard will guide you through the steps.

MyJobContracts® is a great service for organisations who wish to onboard new employees and manage their contractual requirements through an easy-to-use online process.

Who we are

Our team is responsible for the successful legal automation service TPAL, which helps organisations and agencies generate terms and conditions, and acquire competition permits using a simple online tool.

Why we exist

We are driven by a desire to continue to innovate and come up with new ideas, about how we can improve the interaction between organisations who require legal services and those who offer it.

How we operate

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