Here at KoffeeKlatch we're often asked what's the difference between the packages we have for your freelancer contracts. Below I share with you what each contract package can be use for. If you're just starting to employ freelancers like a Virtual Assistant or Web Designer, you'll want to look out our industry specific contract options.
They are designed to take account of all the things you will need to have a clear and friendly agreement with your freelancer. It means you can take care of all the details you are far too busy to think about right now, without having to worry you left something out. If you're booking your first call answering person, or someone to help out on an ad-hoc basis, then the basic contract option is for you. It comes with the KoffeeKlatch branding, and when you're ready to upgrade to Brandable Contracts this can be removed. At just £35 +VAT they will save you hours of time and worry.
If you're a little more established, probably 6-12 months into your business, and you're hiring more people as part of your support team, then Brandable Contracts are the best option for you. These are brandable freelance contracts which means you can add your own logo and present the contracts as if they're from your company.
For businesses that are 12+ month then Editable Contracts are right up your street! These can be branded, edited and what's more a member of the KoffeeKlatch team will review your edits to make sure you're all above board and legal. This can be done for a maximum of 3 changes, ensuring you get maximum value from your freelancer contracts.
As a small business owner employing freelancers you'll find the KoffeeKlatch freelancer contracts do more than give you peace of mind and help you sleep better at night, they help protect your business.
Creating flexibility that doesn't hurt. In these uncertain times we are going to need a lot of that. Employment law and HR specialist with a long standing passion for managing and contracting freelancers and handling tricky relationships at work. Consultant, professional speaker and advisor. Founded Irenicon in 1980 to find the workable space between employment law and relationships and founded KoffeeKlatch in 2009 to support freelancing, family working and the way we work today.