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David Reilly, Create ts & cs, The Business Journey 4 Feb 2014

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Looking at the terms and conditions implications for companies hiring freelance contractors

Looking at the terms and conditions implications for companies hiring freelance contractors

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  • 1. Taking on a Contractor (considerations for the small business)
  • 2. Our Focus • Avoid unnecessary disputes. • Empower our client to engage. • Promote sustainable/healthy business relationships.
  • 3. Considerations • Contractor? Why not an employee? • What is the Task/Role? • How will your client react?
  • 4. Key issues The Company • Who owns the Client? • Who owns the IP? • IR 35 (not an employee) • Quality of the work.
  • 5. Key Issues The Freelancer/Contractor •Getting paid. •Managing time (pursue other business). •Notice Period.
  • 6. Our Clients tell us… • Peace of mind. • Confidence. • Feel Professional.
  • 7. Who are our Clients?
  • 8. Summary/Questions Thank You David Reilly MBA Create Ts and Cs 0141 585 6384 www.createtsandcs.com david@createtsandcs.com