Model Contracts

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  • A staffing firms financial exposure is necessarily more limited than that of most contractors. While staffing firms control and stand behind their own services, namely providing assigned employees qualified to work under a client’s supervision, they don’t control a client’s business. A contract between a staffing firm and a staffing client should fairly define their respective responsibilities. Using the philosophy of “Whose business is it?” such a contract should be based on the following principles. More ›

    Topics: Compliance & Risk Management
  • There are three model agreements, each designed for a different situation. Also included are additional resources to help staffing firms explain to clients the staffing industry’s contract philosophy and to answer client questions. More ›

    Topics: Contracts
  • This serves as an agreement between a contractor who provides specialized services as an independent contractor directly to a third party, and the company that will locate and place the contractor in a suitable situation. More ›

    Topics: Contracts
  • Model Contracts

    Outsourcing AgreementM

    This serves as an agreement between the staffing firm and client when the company performs outsourcing services on behalf of the client. This service may include project management, assumption of particular tasks, and the provision of specific deliverables to the client. More ›

    Topics: Recruiting & Retention of Field Talent
  • This agreement is to be used when a staffing firm supplies assigned workers to the client on a temporary basis to supplement the client’s work force. The assigned workers will work under the direction, control, and supervision of the client. In addition to dealing with liability and indemnification issues, it contains a comprehensive set of basic operational terms and conditions. More ›

    Topics: Employment Law
  • This agreement is used when a client desires technical services to be performed on the client’s premises by employees of the staffing firm. It states that the assigned workers are employees of the staffing firm, paid by the staffing firm, and all matters concerning wages, expenses, hours worked and paid, working conditions, and other similar administrative matters shall be resolved between the assigned worker and the staffing firm. More ›

    Direct Download Technical IT & Scientific
    Topics: Wage & Hour
  • This form is used when a client desires technical services to be performed on the staffing firm’s premises by employees of the staffing firm. It states that the assigned workers are employees of the staffing firm, paid by the staffing firm, and all matters concerning wages, expenses, hours worked and paid, working conditions, and other similar administrative matters shall be resolved between the assigned worker and the staffing firm. More ›

    Direct Download Technical, IT, and Scientific
    Topics: Employment Law
  • Legal Publications & Resources

    Model Contracts

    ASA has developed model staffing contracts that spell out the staffing firm’s and the client’s responsibilities. These include a general staffing agency contract; health care, professional, and technical, IT, and scientific staffing contracts; and a direct hire contract. More ›

    Topics: Contracts
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