This is an agreement that sets out a company’s confidentiality policy regarding the privacy and confidentiality of proprietary information. Employees routinely have access to proprietary information in the normal course of the work day. This policy prohibits the employee’s unauthorized use and dissemination of such proprietary information, which includes customer lists, financial information, business plans and models, and information related to a company’s business operations. This agreement is ideal for small businesses or other entities that wish to keep proprietary information employees learn confidential.
This document sets forth an agreement between an employer and an employee whereby the employee agrees to not pursue a similar profession or trade in competition against the employer. This agreement prohibits the employee from working in the same line of as the employer for a certain number of months after the employee?s term of employment is terminated. This agreement also has a clause limiting the geographic scope of the non-compete. This form contains both standard clauses and opportunities for the use of optional terms and conditions making it fully customizable to fit the needs of the contracting parties.
This is an agreement between a contractor and a company whereby the contractor is hired to perform certain services. This agreement can be customized to provide for the specific services the contractor is engaged to perform. Additionally, this agreement provides that the company will own the intellectual property rights and all other ownership rights of the work that the contractor performs pursuant to this agreement. This agreement can be used by small businesses or other entities that want to attach their name to work performed by a contractor.
This is an agreement between an independent contractor and a company that is engaging the contractor's services. An independent contractor is a natural person, business, or corporation that provides goods or services to another entity under terms specified in a contract or under a verbal agreement. This document in its draft form contains numerous of the standard clauses commonly used in these types of agreements, however, additional language may be added to allow for customization to ensure the specific terms of the parties agreement are addressed. This form is useful to a person or entity that wishes to hire an independent contractor.
An employee non-disclosure agreement is a fairly standard form for businesses that deal with confidential information or have regular competitors in their industry. This agreement will keep an employee's vital knowledge of company information private and confidential. In addition to stating that the new employee will keep confidential information confidential, it also states specific penalties for breach of that agreement. This document should be used by employers who want their employees to keep certain company information confidential.
This is an agreement between an employer and an employee outlining the terms and conditions of the employment. Such terms include a probation period for the employee, the compensation to be paid to the employee, and vacation entitlement. The agreement also contains a confidentiality provision that prohibits the employee from disclosing the company?s confidential information, including customer lists. This employment agreement should be retained by the human resources department and kept in the employee?s personnel file.
This Reseller Agreement sets forth an agreement between two parties, where one party agrees to sell, market, distribute, or lease a product on the behalf of the other party, on certain terms and conditions. The product manufacturer retains all rights to intellectual property. This long-form template agreement contains both standard clauses as well as opportunities for customization to ensure that the understandings of the parties are properly set forth. This document should be used by a product manufacturer or by a reseller.
Employee Confidentiality and Invention Agreement Template
This agreement is made between an employee and an employer whereby the employee agrees to keep certain company information confidential and assigns all rights and title to the employer for all work product developed and conceived during his or her employment. This document contains numerous standard provisions that are commonly included in these types of agreements, and may be customized to fit the specific needs of the contracting parties. This agreement is useful for companies that deal with confidential information, especially technology companies, and is used when hiring new employees.
This form contains a company's guidelines for an employee representing the company on the internet. This includes referencing the company's products, the company's services, or any of the company's competitors. This document in its draft form contains numerous of the standard clauses commonly used in these types of agreements, and additional language may be added, allowing for customization to ensure both parties needs are met. Use this form to limit or control what types of information an employee divulges on the internet.
This Interview and Evaluation Form template is tool that may be used by an employer to evaluate and interview a potential employee. This document is approximately twelve (12) pages long, and it asks the potential employee several questions about themselves and their various work experiences. The questions are contained in sections that have titles such as team work, resilience, result orientation, project management, persuasiveness, initiative, customer orientation, assertiveness, target setting, strategic focus, responsibility, and flexibility/change management. This document contains standard language; however, additional language may be added by users to suit their needs. Small businesses can use this form when interviewing and evaluating an employment candidate.
Warning Notice to an Employee for Unsatisfactory Performance Template
This is a letter that is sent from a company to an employee warning the employee of unsatisfactory work performance. This letter acknowledges that the manager has previously spoken to the employee about the unsatisfactory performance and outlines ways the employee can improve performance. If the employee fails to improve their performance, the employee can be subject to disciplinary action, including suspension. This letter can be used by small businesses or other entities that want to officially warn their employees of poor performance.
An employee handbook serves as an orientation manual by providing a new employee with information about the employer such as company policies and procedures. A handbook can also help protect the employer from legal liability. This form contains standard language, including sections for job duties, employee responsibilities, timekeeping procedures, payroll information, employee benefits, and leave policy, but can be customized to fit the unique needs of any employee. This document should be used by employers and is helpful to any human resources department.
In this Recruitment Agreement, a client hires a recruiter to find suitable candidates for specific job positions. The agreement sets forth the responsibilities of the recruiter when finding candidates and providing screened resumes directly to the hiring authority identified by the client. This template agreement further provides for the recruiter’s fee calculation and payment schedule. Specific details can be easily inserted into this agreement to ensure the final agreement is in accordance with the parties’ understanding of the relationship.
This form should be used by companies that desire to incentivize their employees through stock ownership. Employee stock ownership ties the employee’s financial interests to overall company performance. The agreement grants an employee an option to purchase company stock at a set price and according to a specified vesting schedule. This document contains standard clauses commonly used in these types of agreements, including a company right of first refusal in the event the employee proposes to sell or transfer shares, but can be customized to ensure the specific terms of the parties’ agreement are addressed.
This Board of Directors Agreement sets forth the compensation terms between a director elected to fill a vacancy on a Board of Directors and a company. The document contains confidentiality and non-disclosure clauses, and also permits customization to ensure the particular compensation arrangement between the parties is adequately set forth. This document in its draft form contains numerous of the standard clauses commonly used in these types of agreements, and additional language may be added, allowing for customization to ensure both parties’ needs are met. This agreement should be used by small businesses or other entities that operate as corporations and want to enter into a compensation agreement with their board members.