Full-Time Employment Agreements come in many shapes and sizes.  Employment arrangements always differ based on the complexities of the job description and the kind of company or business that is employing someone.  In creative and entertainment industry business, it’s important to be very clear about the services an employee will be providing as well as specifically addressing Intellectual Property ownership.


With full-time employees, there are a number of rights they are entitled to under Fair Work legislation, and it’s important to be clear about these as hiring someone full-time is a big commitment.


The best place to start with a Full-Time Employment Agreement is to look at the fundamental commercial terms of the agreement, and our checklist will help you set out the basics that will form the basis of the contract.


Fill out the checklist below, if you’d like our assistance to put together a Full-Time Employment Agreement.


If you can’t answer certain questions, you’ll probably need legal advice, so just put ‘I don’t know’ or get in touch!