In many instances, business grows to a point where there's so much work on and not enough people to do the job. When this happens, business owners often take people on without really thinking about whether they're employees or contractors (or what's the difference between them) and without having all the necessary contracts in place. This can lead to problems later on, especially if an employee is unhappy.
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Without the right contract framework in place, your business may grow to a point where it becomes unmanageable or worse - you could start losing money. Having the right contracts attracts the right people, the right customers and most importantly, the right kind of business that you want. Without good Terms and Conditions, what rights do you have against customers who pay late - or not at all? Having contracts in place shows that you're serious about your business and protecting your business interests.
Good employment contracts should outline what the employee's obligations are, what your obligations are and how the contract works with the award and other applicable legislation. It's really important to know and understand the distinction between employees and contractors so that you have the right agreements each place depending on your business structure.
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