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Why do I need an Employee Commission Agreement?
An Employee Commission Agreement is essential for setting up an employee commission scheme. Paying your employees commission is a great way to incentivise them.
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An Employee Commission Agreement sets out the terms of the commission payments, as well as the standard clauses contained in an Employment Contract. It covers matters such as salary, probation period and termination rights. Typically, it also includes provisions to ensure your information is kept confidential and that you’ll own the intellectual property in your employees’ work.
We’ll draft an Employee Commission Agreement to meet the unique needs of your business. As part of this package, you’ll also receive phone consultations with a Sprintlaw lawyer and a complimentary amendment to the final draft we provide to you.
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