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Making a Recruitment Agreement
Recruiters and their clients often use Recruitment Agreements for the purpose of documenting their business relationship. By agreeing to this contract, all signers will know what to expect. Different from a generic PDF template that you may come across elsewhere, each Recruitment Contract from Rocket Lawyer comes with the option of Document Defense®, so an attorney in our network can reach out on your behalf if you need to demand payment or face another problem.
Even if you are being contracted by an acquaintance, you should always use a Recruitment Agreement. These benefits might help your decision-making:
Any recruiter choosing not to make a Recruitment Contract can expect certain issues, including the miscommunication of requirements and questions about timing.
To complete your Recruiting Agreement right now, you will need the following:
As you would expect, Recruitment Agreements also include the standard language with regard to the non-employer relationship, confidentiality, liability for losses, and dispute resolution methods. While building your contract, you also will be able to designate which state's jurisdiction it is subject to. With the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you have the power to add further personalized editing, as well.
Luckily, you don't have to pay an expensive lawyer to get your agreement in writing. When using the document tools on Rocket Lawyer, anyone should feel empowered to create a free Recruitment Agreement online today. Your document is assembled piece by piece, so you can be sure that it has the correct details that you'll need. Simply click on the button that says "Make document" to start.
Upon completing this Recruitment Agreement using Rocket Lawyer, you'll be able to get to it in your account wherever and whenever you choose. As a Rocket Lawyer member, you may edit it, sign it electronically with RocketSign®, make copies, print, and/or save it as a Word document or PDF file when needed. Alongside each Recruitment Agreement, there is a series of next steps you can take after the document is finished. As a best practice, you should send a copy of your fully signed contract to the client.
It may depend on whom you contact, but sometimes a lawyer may not even accept requests to review contracts that they did not work on. An easier approach might be via Rocket Lawyer On Call® network of attorneys. If you become a Premium member, you will be able to request advice from an On Call attorney with experience in business or pose other legal questions about your Recruitment Contract. As always, we are here for you.