Associate Photographer Contract for Employees
If you're a photographer who is hiring an associate photographer as an employee, this contract is for you!
This contract is what you will use between YOU and the associate photographer, and is made specifically for all of you photographers out there who want to cover all your bases when building your team and adding on associates as either part-time or full-time employees.
This contract explains the employer-employee relationship with you and the associate and includes things like a non-solicitation clause, a non-disparagement clause, a non-compete clause (YES, you can have this in an employment agreement!), an explanation of the associates' duties and your duties, use of your Company's images, the associate's compensation per hour, and much more.
NOTE: If you are hiring an associate photographer as an independent contractor you will want to purchase the TLP Associate Photographer Contract for Independent Contractors instead.
DON'T FORGET TO ADD IN CLAUSES TO YOUR CLIENT CONTRACT: Make sure to also add in this associate clause to your client contract between your company and the client explaining that an associate of your company will be the lead photo editor. Get the clause here!
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Every template is created with easy-to-use fill-in-the-blanks for your unique business. We make it simple to identify what information you need to input with highlighted, editable sections.
Once you’ve finished, you can quickly copy/paste into your client management software, Google Docs, or Microsoft Word to send to clients in a snap.
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All template documents are drafted using general U.S. contract principles and are not state-specific. Our products are easy-to-use and have highlighted, editable sections with commentary on what to amend according to your business practices and local state laws. You may modify the document on your own or find an attorney in your state to help you.
Some template documents are available in Canada, have been reviewed by a Canadian lawyer, and are drafted using general Canadian common law contract principles (not for use in Quebec due to civil law jurisdiction). Thus, if you purchase a Canadian template all language in the document will be applicable to your business operating in Canada. If you need assistance modifying the document, please find lawyer in your territory/province to help you.