Sample Agreement

Employment Agreement for Indigenous Art Centre Manager (Existing Employee) (Artists in the Black)

This sample Indigenous Art Centre Manager Employment Agreement should be used the employment contract of the manager of an  Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Art Centre has expired and the Art Centre wants that person to continue in the manager’s role under a new contract. The agreement includes the most common terms which the art centre (or organisation operating the art centre) and the employee manager will need to consider and agree on including basis of employment, responsibilities, hours of work, remuneration, benefits, leave and termination. An important difference between this sample agreement and the Employment Agreement for Indigenous Art Centre Manager (New Employee) is that there is no probationary period. If you are employing a new person in the role of manager or promoting someone who held a different job at the art centre, you should use the sample Employment Agreement for Indigenous Art Centre Manager (New).

 

NOTE: Arts Law strongly recommends legal advice be sought on the agreement you have drafted before you sign or rely upon the agreement. If the agreement is changed this may affect its legal accuracy. All changes should be checked with a lawyer. Contact us for legal advice here.

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