Employee commission agreement
A straight forward agreement to arrange for an employee to work in the same way as a commission agent. Use as a stand alone agreement or add the text to a contract of employment.
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About this document
You will use this employee commission agreement as supplemental to a contract of employment. Maybe you use a standard version employment contract for all your staff and want to avoid changing it. Maybe you have decided to let one particular employee sell on commission. Maybe you have a union agreement on employment contracts.
You can use this supplemental commission contract for any level of employee either ongoing or for a very short term.
This document does not affect the employment contract. It is an extra. It stands alone and deals only with matter relating directly to selling.
- Legal framework
- Basis of agreement
- General duties to sell
- Commission payment procedure
- Non-compete provision
- Other appropriate legal provisions to protect your interests
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Indian law.
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