There are lots of examples to be found online, but I agree with previous advice - have whatever document you decide on reviewed by an attorney to ensure you've covered bases for your specific situation and the work that you want contracted.
I've attached a document (look below my signature line) that I found through Google that provides a pretty standard framework for what's included in these types of contracts.
You can also cut to the chase on sample legal documents and purchase standard forms from NOLO:
They even have a list of the Top 10 Things that should be included in any contract or business agreement. Check the list out here:
~ Trish Uhl, PMP, CPLP
Owl's Ledge LLC - the CPLP Certification Experts!
new_indy.doc (56 Kb, 210 downloads) Contractor Agreement
If the contractor is to create some kind of intellectual property (e.g training materials), one issue you need to decide on is who owns any material the contractor produces. If the work is to be "work for hire" (the contracting org owns the work outright), that is one thing. If the contractor owns the work and you buy specific rights, that is another. There are reasons for each and you should discuss it with a lawyer.
In general, I want more money if someone wants a "work for hire" contract. There are compromises, too. One contract I have gives me rights to material the client no longer wants to use after a specified time, even though it was "work for hire"...
Can any one send me a sample copy of 1099 contract?
W2 aggreement would also be useful.
my email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance.
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