aussiejohnNone of us work for your organisation, so we have no idea about your operations and company policies.
You need to develop a specific contract that meets YOUR organisational requirements. You need to work with the company's legal representatives to develop such a contract. That is what you pay them for.
Get this wrong and you expose your company to all sorts of legal ramifications if something goes wrong.
From Australia, Melbourne
As rightly guided by our Colleague, the document has to be created by the Organization. May be you may use the tips given below:
The Contract Between your Organization and Contractors is a type of Agreement or Work order which is generally governed by Indian Contracts Act 1872. In simple manner broadly please cover :
Parties to Agreement
Scope of Work entrusted to Contractor
Validity period of the Contract
Terms and Conditions on the part of the Company
Terms and Conditions on the part of the Contractor
Safety Provisions to be followed by Contractor and his employees
Tools and equipment who will provide and what is the scope
Consideration amount per month
Security Deposit if any
Termination clause for both Company and Contractor
Penalty clause for violations if any
Dispute Resolution Court jurisdiction
Signatory from both sides etc
License under the Contract Labour Act has to be applied by the Contractor and you need to do Registration in case you employ more than 20 contract workers in your company. There are prescribed forms under the Act for your use
All the Best, God Bless,
Doctor Siva Global HR
From India, Chennai
ramit_chdIn addition to the points suggested by Dr. Siva Global HR, please add the following clauses in the Contract Letter:
1.Regarding payment of Bonus.
2. Payment of Gratuity
3. Payment of EPF and ESI
4. Payment of compensation to the employee/s in the event of an accident on work place.
5. Contractor's All Risk Policy.
For any assistance please call 9988516144.
From India, Delhi