Job Payment Agreement

Find the article titled “IV. Pay. Use the first two blank lines to document the amount of money the employer will pay the worker (report this number as words in the first line and numerically in the second line). In addition to reporting this figure, you must determine whether this amount is an hourly rate or an annual salary. Check the “Per hour” box if the amount you report is paid to the employee every hour or the “annualized salary” if the number you entered is the total amount the employee receives each year, regardless of the number of hours he or she works. We also need to record how often the employee receives compensation. Five options are available. Simply mark the box “weekly”, “bi-weekly”, “monthly”, “quarterly” or “annual” to determine how many times the employee receives a paycheque. A number of additional areas will be available to cover the employee`s compensation, but these points will only need to be met if they apply to the current agreement. If the employee receives a commission, note how many times he or she has a commission in the first empty line in the article titled “A.) Commissions. You should also document the exact method to calculate each commission payment to the employee using the second set of blank lines. If the employer intends to grant a bonus, look for the following point (“B.) Bonus”) and note, such as the frequency of bonuses paid to the employee (i.e.

quarterly). Also, be sure to define how bonuses are calculated by describing the calculation on the second sentence of blank lines. If the employer intends to give the worker the opportunity to participate in and use the benefits set up by the employer, you will find the empty lines in “V. Workers` benefits”. List all the workers` benefits that the employer wishes to make available to the worker on these lines. Some employers and workers agree that certain expenses paid by the worker during work can be reimbursed by the employer. If this is the case, activate all control boxes marked with an item that the employer must pay to the worker in “VI. Expenses out of pocket.” You can choose “Travel”, “eat”, “accommodation” and/or “other”.

The last check box (“Other”) displays a blank line in which you must define the eligible expenses. In “VII. Property rights”, you mark the first control box if the employee does not have partial ownership of the employer`s business. If so, mark and hang the details in a well-labeled signed and dated appendix. Many employers need, after hiring, a period during which the worker must prove their competence before having access to benefits, leave, personal days and/or medical leave. Look for the blank line in “VIII trial period” and then enter the number of days after the employee`s hiring date before you can use the proposed employer package.