Employment Agreement for Performers

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When a performer is employed on a full-time or part-time basis to perform in a dramatic or theatrical production, this sample Employment Agreement can be used.

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When a performer is employed on a full-time or part-time basis to perform in a dramatic or theatrical production, this sample Employment Agreement can be used. It could also be adapted for employment in other arts sectors but is not suitable for independent contractors. If the performer is being engaged as a contractor rather than an employee then Arts Law’s Contractor Agreement for Performers will be more appropriate. This agreement includes terms dealing with confidentiality, moral rights and copyright ownership.

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Employment Agreement for Performers – Artists
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Employment Agreement for Performers – Lawyers
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When a performer is employed on a full-time or part-time basis to perform in a dramatic or theatrical production, this sample Employment Agreement can be used. It could also be adapted for employment in other arts sectors but is not suitable for independent contractors. If the performer is being engaged as a contractor rather than an employee then Arts Law’s Contractor Agreement for Performers will be more appropriate. This agreement includes terms dealing with confidentiality, moral rights and copyright ownership.

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