What To Look For In An Independent Contractor Agreement

Training for independent contractors should be minimal – instructions on overall results are only required. A liability exclusion section of an independent contractor agreement is a catch-all category that can be customized based on the nature of the work and includes details that are not covered elsewhere. For example, if you perform a print job that specifies a specific piece of paper, a disclaimer may reserve the right to replace materials of similar quality if necessary: the termination terms describe the rights of both parties to terminate an independent contractor contract. This is an important section that should be included in the worst-case scenario. The reasons for terminating a contract may be a breach of contract or non-payment.