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  • Similar to other ASA model contracts, the health care staffing model agreement is based on the principle of “Whose business is it?”—that each party is responsible for the risks associated with its own business, and that each party has a duty to indemnify the other only for those risks. This agreement also addresses health care staffing firms’ needs—it includes a list of documents to maintain for each assigned employee and the types and limits of insurance the staffing firm will carry. The agreement also contains alternative language for traveler positions. Additionally, the sector agreement includes optional provisions for investigation of Medicare or Medicaid fraud, cancellations, and minimum hours per week. More ›

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  • This document is intended for use where a written contract with the client already exists. It is designed to “correct” the existing agreement by overriding unduly broad or inappropriate indemnity language without affecting the basic provisions of the contract. More ›

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  • 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 ›

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  • 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 ›

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    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 ›

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