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Employee Contract

What is an Employee Contract?

An Employee Contract is a signed agreement between an employer and an employee. It explains the rights and responsibilities of two parties: the worker and the company.

An Employee Contract includes the details of – Salary or wages, Schedule, Duration of employment, General Responsibilities, Confidentiality, Benefits, Etc.


Process Flow

Step 1

Share your requirements

Share your requirements and the list of documents mentioned below.
Step 2

Drafting and sharing of first draft

Our Lawyers would draft co-founders agreement and share the draft with you
Step 3

Review and feedback

The draft would be reviewed for receving feedback
Step 4

Iterations and Final Documents

After receiving feedback draft would be iterated to draft final document
Step 5

Sharing deliverables

We will share First Draft (Soft Copy) and Final Draft (Soft Copy) as deliverables

Documents and information Required

  • Required information and documents


  • First Draft (Soft Copy)
  • Final Draft (Soft Copy)

Why choose Wazzeer?

  • One platform for all your requirements

    Incorporation is just the first step. Wazzeer supports you throughout your journey as an entrepreneur. Log in to get things done efficiently. A dedicated Account Manager offers the required human touch and acts as an advisor to you.

  • Experienced professionals

    Our professionals have at least 5 years of experience and have incorporated thousands of companies among them. The rich experience ensures that the process is smooth and right in the first go.

  • Defined process

    Over the last few years, doing over 500 incorporations, we have defined every step of the process. A virtual process is in place enabling us to deliver hassle free experience for you.

  • Cost Effective

    You pay what you see in the proposal. No surprises or hidden charges.

Frequently Asked Questions

The effective date is the date when both parties(employer and the employee ) have signed the contract.

A permanent contract is a contract that does not expire, however, it will remain valid until either employer or employee chooses to end the contract.

The contract you receive is based on your employment status and is to be agreed with the employer to ensure both parties are happy with its terms.

. Employment contracts are four main types:

  • permanent
  • fixed-term
  • casual
  • zero hour

An employee is considered to end at the conclusion of such a contract, if no new contract is offered or the clauses in the initial contract are amended. As in most countries, employees that are terminated by employers are often given one month notice or payment of one month of wages in lieu thereof.

An employment contract ensures more certainty over one’s status. All the description of job is well defined in contract so it makes easier to resolve any disputes.

Even if you’re not given a written contract, you’re entitled to a written statement outlining your main employment terms.