Associate Makeup Artist Contract for Independent Contractors
If you're a makeup artist and are hiring an associate makeup artist as an independent contractor, this contract is for you! This contract is what you will use between YOU and the associate makeup artist, and is made specifically to ensure you cover all your bases when building your team and adding on associates who are NOT employees. Within the agreement are clauses including the independent contractor relationship between you and the associate, non-solicitation, non-disparagement, explanation of the associates' duties including having their own makeup and equipment, licenses, your duties to promote the associate and book the clients, the associate's compensation (whether hourly, flat rate, or commission), use of assistants for larger bridal parties, and professionalism during makeup application and much more.
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