Independent Contractor Agreement
We are excited that you have decided to join us and look forward to a long, happy and successful partnership together.
The purpose of this Manual is to introduce you to your role as an online worker. Here, you will find information about your terms and conditions of work, our expectations around your behavior and our policies and procedures.
This Manual is by no means an exhaustive guide to your work with us. It has been developed to act as a resource and reference for you. The policies within this Manual are easily listed and easily accessed via the contents page.
The following section provides general information regarding your pay, conditions and expectations of you.
Your pay $250 will be released every week and paid through EasyPay. To have your salary processed as soon as possible, please send us your bank account details as soon as possible.
Any absence or late logins due to illness, injury or any other reason, and the expected duration of leave must be personally reported to your client as soon as possible (and prior to your normal starting time wherever possible).
Subsequent to this, you must keep us informed of your progress.
Our Code of Conduct policy applies to all independent contractors and provides the framework of principles for conducting business, dealing with other independent contractors, Clients and suppliers. This policy is based on the following:
We expect cooperation from all independent contractors in conducting themselves in a professional, ethical and socially acceptable manner of the highest standards.
To protect the business from the potential effects of the misuse and abuse of email, the following instructions are for all users:
We expect our independent contractors to maintain a certain standard of behavior when using Social Media for work or personal purposes.
This policy applies to all independent contractors, contractors and sub-contractors who contribute to or perform duties such as:
This policy also applies to all independent contractors, contractors and sub-contractors who:
No independent contractor, contractor or sub-contractor is to engage in Social Media as our representative or on our behalf unless they first obtain our expressed approval.
If any independent contractor, contractor or sub-contractor is directed to contribute to or participate in any form of Social Media related work, they are to act in a professional manner at all times and in the best interests of the business.
All independent contractors, contractors and sub-contractors must ensure they do not communicate any:
Confidential Information includes any information in any form relating to the business and related bodies, clients or businesses, which is not in the public domain.
We acknowledge that our independent contractors, contractors and sub-contractors have the right to contribute content to public communications on websites, blogs and business or social networking sites. However, inappropriate behavior on such sites has the potential to cause damage to the business, as well as its independent contractors, clients, business partners and/or suppliers.
For this reason, all independent contractors, contractors and sub-contractors must agree to not publish any material, in any form, which identifies themselves as being associated with the business or its clients, business partners or suppliers.
All independent contractors, contractors and sub-contractors must also refrain from posting, sending, forwarding or using, in any way, any inappropriate material including but not limited to material which:
All independent contractors, contractors and sub-contractors must comply with this policy. Any breach of this policy will be treated as a serious matter and may result in disciplinary action including termination of contract.
For the purposes of this policy, the following definitions apply:
Social Media includes all internet-based publishing technologies. Most forms of Social Media are interactive, allowing authors, readers and publishers to connect and interact with one another. The published material can often be accessed by anyone. Forms of Social Media include, but are not limited to, social or business networking sites (e.g. Facebook, LinkedIn), video and/or photo sharing websites (e.g.. YouTube, Instagram), business/corporate and personal blogs, micro-blogs (e.g. Twitter), chat rooms and forums and/or Social Media:
The 3 month probationary period is a time for both the independent contractor and the business to assess suitability, fit and competency within a role. During this period we will be reviewing your performance and at the end of this time ongoing permanent contract will be confirmed. .
Unless specified otherwise, independent contractors referred to in this policy mean permanent full-time or part-time independent contractors.
All planned leave has to be mutually agreed, and take into account workloads and the independent contractor’s needs. Leave must be approved in advance (at least 1 week), except when the independent contractor can’t anticipate the absence.
An independent contractor should notify us as soon as possible if they are unable to attend work due to illness or injury. We may request evidence such as a medical certificate showing that the independent contractor was entitled to take personal leave during the relevant period.
independent contractors who are expecting a child are eligible for 12 weeks of parental leave (covered by SSS maternity benefits) if they are:
The client grants all independent contractors 13th month pay equivalent to one-twelfth (1/12) of their basic salary within a fiscal year. Those who have not rendered a complete year of service are given a proportionate amount of 13th month pay provided they have worked at least 22 days.
Given to all Regular independent contractors after working with the company for 6 months. client pays the premium either through reimbursement or payout options and the independent contractor pays the SSS premium as a voluntary member.
Given to all Regular independent contractors after working with the company for 6 months. client pays the premium either through reimbursement or payout options and the independent contractor pays the Philhealth premium as a voluntary member.
Management has the discretion to approve leave without pay that an independent contractor is not otherwise entitled to.
Conflict of interest arises whenever the personal, professional or business interests of an independent contractor are potentially at odds with the best interests of the business.
All independent contractors are required to act in good faith. You need to be aware of the potential for a conflict of interest to arise and should always act in the best interests of the business.
You must disclose any other work that might cause a conflict of interest with our business. Where there are external involvements that do not represent a conflict of interest, these must not affect performance or attendance whilst working with us.
Independent contractors must not set up or engage in private business or undertake other work in direct or indirect competition with us using knowledge and/or materials you gained while working with us.
All intellectual property developed by independent contractors during their contract, including discoveries or inventions made in the performance of their duties related in any way to the business, will remain the property of the business.
independent contractors may be given access to confidential information, data, business property, keys to premises or any other business related property/information in the performance of their duties. This must be protected and used only in the interests of the business.
independent contractors must not:
‘Confidential information’ includes any information in any form relating to the business and related bodies, clients or businesses, which is not in the public domain.
independent contractors must act in good faith towards and must prevent (or if impractical, report) the unauthorized disclosure of any confidential information. Failure to comply with this policy may result in dismissal, and we may also pursue monetary damages or other remedies.
You must read all the policies contained in this document and listed below. Company policies must be read and understood to ensure you are fully aware of your responsibilities as an independent contractor..
Please read each of the policies listed below and tick where shown to indicate you are aware of the rules and responsibilities.
I have read and understand the contents of this manual along with the above policies and I agree to the terms of conditions of these documents.
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Signed by Kamron Nelson
Signed On: May 10, 2021
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