INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT


This Independent Contractor Agreement (this "Agreement") is made effective as of , by and between Liberty Pro Moving LLC (the "Recipient"), of 3894 Wake Forest rd, Decatur, Georgia 30034, and (the "Contractor"), of

. In this Agreement, the party who is contracting to receive the

services shall be referred to as "Recipient", and the party who will be providing the services shall be referred to as "Contractor."

 

  1. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES. , the Contractor will provide the following services (collectively, the "Services"): Moving Services Furthermore, the Contractor has the right of control over how the Contractor will perform the services. The Recipient does not have this right of control over how the Contractor will perform the services.
  2. PAYMENT FOR SERVICES. The Recipient will pay compensation to the Contractor for the Services. Payments will be made as follows: the First week is cash paid daily. 2nd week paid by check from ADP taxes will be taken out No other fees and/or expenses will be paid to the Contractor, unless such fees and/or expenses have been approved in advance by the appropriate executive on behalf of the Recipient in writing. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for any and all taxes, Social Security contributions or payments, disability insurance, unemployment taxes, and other payroll type taxes applicable to such compensation. The Contractor has the right of control over the method of payment for services.
  3. TERM/TERMINATION. This Agreement may be terminated by either party upon 1 Day days' written notice to the other party. Furthermore, the Contractor has the ability to terminate this Agreement "at will." A regular, ongoing relationship of indefinite term is not contemplated. The Recipient has no right to assign services to the Contractor other than as specifically contemplated by this Areement. However, the parties may mutually agree that the Contractor shall perform other services for the Recipient, pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
  4. RELATIONSHIP OF PARTIES. It is understood by the parties that the Contractor is an independent contractor with respect to the Recipient, and not an employee of the Recipient. The Recipient will not provide fringe benefits, including health insurance benefits, paid vacation, or any other employee benefit, for the benefit of the Contractor. It is contemplated that the relationship between the Contractor and the Recipient shall be a non-exclusive one. The Contractor also performs services for other organizations and/or individuals. The Recipient has no right to further inquire into the Contractor's other activities.
  5. RECIPIENT'S CONTROL. The Recipient has no right or power to control or otherwise interfere with the Contractor's mode of effecting performance under this Agreement. The Recipient's only concern is the result of the Contractor's work, and not the means of accomplishing it. Except in extraordinary circumstances and when necessary, the Contractor shall perform the Services without direct supervision by the Recipient.
  6. PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY. The Contractor is a professional who uses his or her own professional and business methods to perform services. The Contractor has not and will not receive training from the Recipient regarding how to perform the Services.
  7. PERSONAL SERVICES NOT REQUIRED. The Contractor is not required to render the Services personally and may employ others to perform the Services on behalf of the Recipient without the Recipient's knowledge or consent. If the Contractor has assistants, it is the Contractor's responsibility to hire them and to provide materials for them.
  8. NO LOCATION ON PREMISES. The Contractor has no desk or other equipment either located at or furnished by the Recipient. Except to the extent that the Contractor works in a territory as defined by the Recipient, his or her services are not integrated into the mainstream of the Recipient's business.
  9. NO SET WORK HOURS. The Contractor has no set hours of work. There is no requirement that the Contractor work full time or otherwise account for work hours.
  10. EXPENSES PAID BY CONTRACTOR. The Contractor's business and travel expenses are to be paid by the Contractor and not by the Recipient.
  11. CONFIDENTIALITY. Contractor may have had access to proprietary, private and/or otherwise confidential information ("Confidential Information") of the Recipient. Confidential Information shall mean all non-public information which constitutes, relates or refers to the operation of the business of the Recipient, including without limitation, all financial, investment, operational, personnel, sales, marketing, managerial and statistical information of the Recipient, and any and all trade secrets, customer lists, or pricing information of the Recipient. The nature of the information and the manner of disclosure are such that a reasonable person would understand it to be confidential. The Contractor will not at any time or in any manner, either directly or indirectly, use for the personal benefit of the Contractor, or divulge, disclose, or communicate in any manner any Confidential Information. The Contractor will protect such information and treat the Confidential Information as strictly confidential. This provision shall continue to be effective after the termination of this Agreement. Upon termination of this Agreement, the Contractor will return to the Recipient all Confidential Information, whether physical or electronic, and other items that were used, created, or controlled by the Contractor during the term of this Agreement. 
    This Agreement is in compliance with the Defend Trade Secrets Act and provides civil or criminal immunity to any individual for the disclosure of trade secrets: (i) made in confidence to a federal, state, or local government official, or to an attorney when the disclosure is to report suspected violations of the law; or (ii) in a complaint or other document filed in a lawsuit if made under seal.
  12. INJURIES. The Contractor acknowledges the Contractor's obligation to obtain appropriate insurance coverage for the benefit of the Contractor ( and the Contractor's employees, if any). The Contractor waives any rights to recovery from the Recipient for any injuries that the Contractor (and/or Contractor's employees) may sustain while performing services under this Agreement and that are a result of the negligence of the Contractor or the Contractor's employees. Contractor will provide the Recipient with a certificate naming the Recipient as an additional insured party.
     
  13. INDEMNIFICATION. The Contractor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Recipient from all claims, losses, expenses, fees including attorney fees, costs, and judgments that may be asserted against the Recipient that result from the acts or omissions of the Contractor, the Contractor's employees, if any, and the Contractor's agents.
     
  14. NO RIGHT TO ACT AS AGENT. An "employer-employee" or "principal-agent" relationship is not created merely because ( 1) the Recipient has or retains the right to supervise or inspect the work as it progresses in order to ensure compliance with the terms of the contract or (2) the Recipient has or retains the right to stop work done improperly. The Contractor has no right to act as an agent for the Recipient and has an obligation to notify any involved parties that it is not an agent of the Recipient. 
  15. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement constitutes the entire contract between the parties. All terms and conditions contained in any other writings previously executed by the parties regarding the matters contemplated herein shall be deemed to be merged herein and superseded hereby. No modification of this Agreement shall be deemed effective unless in writing and signed by the parties hereto.
  16. WAIVER OF BREACH. The waiver by the Recipient of a breach of any provision of this Agreement by Contractor shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any subsequent breach by Contractor.
  17. SEVERABILITY. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall continue to be valid and enforceable. If a court finds that any provision of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable, but that by limiting such provision it would become valid and enforceable, then such provision shall be deemed to be written, construed, and enforced as so limited. 
  18. APPLICABLE LAW. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Georgia.
  19. SIGNATORIES. This Agreement shall be signed by Shaun Washington, Owner on behalf of Liberty Pro Moving LLC and by This Agreement is effective as of the date first above written.

 

COMPANY RULES

    1. Calling out of work after 7 pm the day before will be considered a Call Out which incurs a $30 penalty. However, you can have 2 Call Outs before incurring a monetary fee.

     

    1. Any Damage caused by yourself is subject to garnishment of check to pay customer restitution. However, if said Mover doesn’t not claim damage and is found by customer or manager walk through the whole team is subject to garnishment. (This will be decided on a case-by-case basis)

     

    1. Any damage found to customers belongings prior to us handling it must do the following. Stop go get supervisor, supervisor should go get customer point out damage take a picture and email company the picture and time it was pointed out to customer. Call and let Company know damage was found and email is on the way. The company will in turn email customer the acknowledgment that the damage was found and CC customer.

     

    1. Moving jobs can last all day and into the night. The work trucks go where they are required. if a last-minute move is received and accepted by company you have the option of going or declining if you decline to work job then you are responsible for finding transportation back to your vehicle or to public transportation. Company is not obligated to take you anywhere. If you have a prior engagement and have to be somewhere by certain time you must let the Scheduling manager know prior to you coming on the move.

     

    1. Company is not responsible for moves running long because the customer Underbid the

     

    1. If you walk off a move or you do not finish a move, you will not be paid. For any reason!!! No exceptions!!!

     

    1. Shirts are to be worn for all moves. If you do not have a company shirt, wear color appropriate shirt (light gray). The company will provide you 2 T-shirts upon higher. Any extra shirts cost $30 and will be taken directly out of your check. Including showing up to a job without the proper shirt and the supervisor has to give you a new one to be uniform.

     

    1. Good hygiene is for the benefit of the customers and coworkers. you will arrive on the jobs in a clean shirt and showered. (A change of clothes is highly recommended)

     

    1. Pants will be worn in the appropriate manner. do not have your pants hanging below your buttocks. no exceptions.

     

    1. No Head Phones

     

    1. Phone calls must be taken on breaks. If a mover consistently breaks this rule, they will be docked time from their paycheck to be too determined by the supervisor. 15 Minute increments.

     

    1. The company will provide ice and the cooler. Please show up prior to work with any refreshments or lunch that you will need that day. ( If you’re on time to the meet up spot. Time has been allotted to get what need prior to work. not that you’re running late then the truck has to pull over or leave late so you can get refreshments for the day )

     

    1. Line Employees (1099 Employee) are paid daily, however if a line employee works consecutive days on the weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) they will be paid at the end of that 2- or 3-day period. Managers and supervisors (W-9 Employee) are paid weekly with a payroll check from the company. (State and federal taxes are deducted)

     

    1. No payroll advances! For Any Reason!

     

    1. If the customer offers furniture or items that they do not want you are responsible for coming on your own time to get them. any items placed on/in vehicles owned/ rented by Liberty pro moving will belong to the company. Unless you pay Liberty Pro Moving to move it.

     

    1. All equipment / supplies should be in their proper places prior to leaving move. This includes moving blankets folded, trash bagged and inside of rig swept.

     

    1. Trash must be removed from work vehicles at end of shift. Violation will incur a cleaning fee of $5 deducted from day's pay.

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