The need for specialist advice:
More and more businesses are benefiting from using consultants in areas such as management, IT and training, rather than taking on full-time employees.
Tax savings and operational flexibility are among the main advantages of outsourcing consultants.
However, it is extremely important to ensure a professionally drafted agreement or contract is in place before the consultancy period begins.
Let our experience make yours that much easier:
Our team of approachable specialists will work with you to draft a consultancy agreement that takes into account your specific needs. Above all else, the agreement will ensure you are not left in a vulnerable position when the consultancy period ends.
An effective consultancy agreement will:
- Identify the purpose and aim of the consultancy
- Detail the exact services to be provided
- Set out the start and end dates of the consultancy period
- Contain confidentiality clauses, so that your business is protected
- Specify terms of payment
These are just some examples of what should be included in a consultancy agreement. Our expert employment solicitors will be happy to discuss the contract with you in full detail so that it reflects your precise business requirements.
Need expert advice? Let us help:
To discuss any aspect of consultancy agreements please contact;
- Michael Shroot at our Bury office on 0161 761 4611