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Independent Contractor Agreement vs Employment Contract

What is an Independent Contractor Agreement?

Start building the Independent Contractor Agreement for free to see how a ‘contract for services’ works:

  • The Principal requests and pays for the services.
  • The person providing the services is the Contractor.

The Principal operates a business. The Contractor operates a different business. A contract for services is not an employment relationship. The Contractor is ‘independent’ as the contractor is not an employee of the Principal.

Employees have guaranteed employment rights. These include paid annual leave, sick leave, long service leave and superannuation contributions. An employer directs when the employee comes to work and the location of the work. There is a great deal of control and direction provided by an employer.

In contrast, Independent Contractors operate their own businesses. Contractors set their own fees and working conditions. Contractors may take work from other Principals (clients). Read more…

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