Subcontractor Agreement Template
Growing your biz? Go you! It helps to have a hand along the way, so if you’re thinking of hiring a contractor, this template has you covered. Subcontractors are hired to help out with your client workload, and can perform a range of tasks depending on what they specialise in. This Agreement includes terms and conditions as well as a Scope of Work, meaning you can outline exactly what you need from your contractor and make sure expectations are clear on both sides.
Who’s it for?
Our Subcontractor Agreement template is for growing businesses that aren’t quite ready to hire a full-on employee, but still need a little help with client-related tasks. If your circumstances are better suited to hiring an employee, check out our Employment Agreement instead. Or if you’re hiring someone to work on your business (rather than in your business) – meaning they’ll be doing back-end tasks rather than performing client work – you’ll need our Independent Contractor Agreement template. Not sure what you need? Book in a chat with us!
- Your contractor’s obligations, both during and after their employment
- What happens on termination
- Confidentiality and intellectual property protection
- Non-compete and non-solicit restraints
- Scope of work to outline the specifics
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A couple of quick things to make sure we’re on the same page:
First, purchasing our templates, utilising our free resources or having a chat with us as part of a consultation doesn’t create a lawyer-client relationship between you and Foundd Legal (sorry!). It also doesn’t constitute legal advice.
All templates adhere to Australian principles of contract law and are designed for those doing business in Australia (unless they specifically state that they are in accordance with New Zealand law, for businesses in New Zealand). Similar principles may apply in your jurisdiction, but we recommend that you consult with a qualified lawyer in your area prior to purchasing our templates.
While we do our best to minimise legalese (that’s complex lawyer-speak) within our contracts, there are certain things that require particular wording in order to best protect you and your business. Please don’t expect our contracts to be super simple - they’re as simple as they possibly can be, while still being comprehensive and putting your needs first (even the ones you didn’t know you had!). Of course, if you’re having trouble understanding something specific, you’re welcome to get in touch with any questions!
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