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Making a Staffing Agency Contract
Typically, Staffing Agency Contracts are created to describe the agreed-upon terms associated with staffing services being provided. By accepting this agreement with each other, all signers will be more likely to share the same set of expectations. More than a generic PDF template, any Staffing Agency Agreement under an active Rocket Lawyer Premium membership is supported by Document Defense®, an optional membership benefit to help enforce your rights.
Whether you are providing full-time, part-time, or temporary staff for an employer, creating documentation of your engagement is key. Making a Staffing Agency Contract most likely will be helpful to you due to the following list of benefits:
Any agency operator deciding not to make a Staffing Contract can anticipate some issues, including questions about timing and uncertainty about fees.
Specifics that you will need to include are:
As usual, this Staffing Agency Contract made on Rocket Lawyer also contains the standard language with regard to the non-employer relationship between the agency operator and client, confidentiality, and dispute resolution. During the process of building your agreement, you also will be able to decide which state's jurisdiction it will fall under. Using the document tool, you are able to add more custom edits, as well.
As an agency operator who has decided to create this document with Rocket Lawyer, you will need to use the directions that are presented. Our step-by-step interview will guide you through a set of questions about your situation to help us generate a Staffing Agency Contract that is customized to fit your needs. It may be helpful to have a lawyer in our nationwide network of attorneys review it for you. This route is often going to be much less time-consuming than meeting with and hiring a conventional lawyer at a cost totaling anywhere from hundreds of dollars to thousands, depending on the location.
Your Staffing Agency Contract will come with a series of next steps you should take once your document is completed. You are encouraged to interact with your document in any or all of these ways: making edits, using RocketSign® to sign electronically, printing, and/or saving it in PDF format or as a Word document. Most importantly, you should be sure to send a copy of your signed agreement to your client.
If you do it by yourself, seeking out an attorney to proofread your document might be costly. Some attorneys will not even agree to review your contract if they did not draft it. In the event that a lawyer does offer support, they are still going to charge their standard fees to do it. A more cost-effective alternative would be to go through the On Call attorney network. With a Premium membership, you can get your agreements reviewed or send any questions. Whether you create more copies of your Staffing Agency Agreement or other agreements for your business, Rocket Lawyer will be by your side.