A salesperson employment contract is between a salesperson hired to sell products and/or services and an employer. The contract states the service or product that the salesperson is expected to sell and for what price. In accordance with the document, the salesperson will be paid a commission based on the company’s schedule of commissions. The company is required to give their employees at least thirty (30) days’ notice before making any changes to the commission schedule. If the company will be paying any of the salesperson’s expenses, a clear description of these should also be included. One of the main purposes of the contract is to have employees agree to a non-competition clause that prohibits them from competing with the company while under their employment and for a number of years afterward. Furthermore, the salesperson agrees not to work competition against the company within a certain geographical area of any office owned by the company and from the employee’s personal residence during the period of time covered by the non-compete clause. During the course of the salesperson’s employment, they will gain training and specialized company knowledge that would be very valuable to competitors and, for this reason, the company must make sure that the salesperson agrees to the non-competition clause.

Salesperson Independent Contractor Agreement – Adobe PDFWord (.doc)

Common Types

  • Real Estate Broker
  • Car Salesman
  • Insurance Agent
  • Retail Sales
  • Travel Agent

Sample Template

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