Some employers prefer to use subcontracting contracts of independent companies, because the advantages are twofold: (i) this type of contract allows flexibility; and (ii) employers save financially during and after the agreement. Similarly, some employees prefer these agreements because they can often earn more money by subtracting expenses and taking over other “gigs” or “side jobs.” Recently, the Tribunal awarded an independent contractor the value of the balance of its one-year contract through an independent contractor; although the contract includes an early termination clause. Sir/Madam, We refer to the following agreement [_______Mr._____ In 2000, during the baccalaureate, Mitchum Mohamed (“Mr. Mohamed”) was convicted of assault with a weapon. Years later, in 2015, Information Systems Architects (ISA) engaged Mr. Mohamed as an independent contractor to provide IT services to his client Canadian Tire. On 1 November 2015, Mr. Mohamed agreed to a substantive review and announced his conviction. Substantive checks would take two to three weeks. On 2 November 2015, Mr Mohamed and ISA signed an independent consultancy contract on part-time work. f. Clause 2 (a) (iii) of the Agreement: [Cite clause here] On November 5, 2015, Mr.
Mohamed began working for Canadian Tire in the field. He continued his work. At that time, Canadian Tire retained ISA for a second project; Six months. Lord. Mohamed signed a second agreement; resigned and began working full-time at Canadian Tire on December 1, 2015. The relevant duration of the consulting contract is the clause [insert clause number of the termination/summary termination clause] which provides: For companies: this case highlights the importance of well-drafted and enforceable enforcement contacts for independent contractors. While employers believe that these contracts offer an additional level of protection, the opposite often happens. If you are an employer that uses independent contractor agreements, you may be subject to significant lawsuits if you decide to terminate a contractor prematurely. If you are concerned about the risk and enforceability of your contracts, please call us at 613-234-2500 or send us an email: email@example.com Following the meeting that took place on [enter date] and our conversation today] I write to [Prevent or Confirm] that [enter customer`s name] has decided to exercise its right in accordance with the clause [insert clause number of the provision dealing with the summary or termination] of the [enter date] of the [insert date] (referred to as the “consulting agreement” in this letter) to terminate the commitment [with immediate effect, without notice or payment instead of termination or with effect from [entering date]] by sending you such written notice. [This letter also covers various other terms as defined in the consulting contract.] 6. . .