Independent Contractor Agreement

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Why is this the independent contractor agreement?

SixFifty’s Independent Contractor Agreement includes a non-disclosure agreement, indemnification provisions, and assignment of intellectual property. It also outlines a contractor’s responsibilities — from tax withholding to workers’ compensation insurance.

What else is included?

Employee Contract

Designed for new hires, and contains provisions for at-will employment, confidentiality, invention assignment, noncompete, non solicitation, arbitration, and more.
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Separation Agreement

At the end of their employment, employees may need to acknowledge several things. This can include severance pay, continued healthcare coverage, confidentiality, arbitration, etc.
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Offer Letter

Designed for new hires and contains provisions for location (in office, remote, or hybrid), position (exempt or nonexempt), compensation, benefits, start date, and more.
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Non-Disclosure Agreement

Companies may need to reveal sensitive information during the hiring process. Our NDA helps the company protect itself during and after that process.
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What is an independent contractor agreement?

When you hire an independent contractor you need a legally binding written agreement that enables both parties involved to define their working relationship, avoid misunderstandings, and manage expectations. 

Do I really need an independent contractor agreement?

Independent contractors are generally not protected by most employment laws since they are self-employed. So it's important to have a written agreement that spells out how the relationship will function, what the expectations are on both sides, and how payment and work performance will be managed.

What happens if I don't use an independent contractor agreement?

In many states, an independent contractor agreement is required by law. Engaging the services of an independent contractor without a written agreement may expose a business to legal risk. Even in states where independent contractor agreements are not required by law, they help protect your business by establishing what the contractor will deliver to you and what happens if they don't. 

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