Sale Representative Agreement (Australia) Mobile App
The Australian Sale Representative Agreement app generates a contract to establish a working relationship between a sales representative, hired as an independent contractor, and a company.
How does it work?
Companies are able to hire two types of personnel - employees are typically fully engaged by the company and work for a fixed salary, and have certain legal classifications, while subcontractors are engaged with a company by the execution of a contract that determines the duties to be performed, a specific time frame, and compensation, often in the form of commission as it relates to sales subcontractors. This Sales Representative Agreement app is geared towards sales representatives hired as independent contractors working for commissions. This agreement clearly identifies that there is NOT an employer-employee relationship between the business and the sales representative, thereby ensuring that independent contractor status is conferred upon the individual executing this agreement. This agreement does not have a non-compete agreement, however, one can be executed separately. The terms of this agreement include territory delineation, duties related to selling products or services, solicitation terms, the non-employee status of the contractor, the commission structure for the contractor, the control of Australian law over the parties, and a manner in which disputes between the parties can be resolved. Businesses often hire several sales reps to act as distributors and agents of the business, ultimately driving business development efforts. As independent contractors may have other engagements and are paid on commission, many businesses will hire multiple contractors so that a sufficient number of customers are engaged, and sales are generated.