Employment Agreement with Bookkeeper
Employment Agreement made (date), between (Name of Company), a
corporation organized and existing under the laws of (name of state), with its principal
office located at (street address, city, state, zip code), hereinafter called the Company,
and (Name of Employee) of (street address, city, state, zip code), hereinafter called the
The Company employs the Employee as a bookkeeper and the Employee
accepts such employment in accordance with the terms and conditions of this
II. Term of Employment
The term of employment shall begin on (date), and extend to (date), and
automatically be extended for successive periods of (number) year(s) each upon the
same terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement unless this Agreement is
terminated by either party as provided in this Agreement.
III. Duties of Employee
The duties of the Employee are generally described as follows:
A. Carefully and accurately keep such books of accounts and prepare such
balance sheets and records and perform such other duties of a similar nature as
the Company may from time to time direct.
B. Observe and comply with all lawful directions and instructions by and on
the part of the Company, and use his best endeavors to promote the interests of
the Company, and not at any time do anything which may cause or tend or be
likely to cause any loss or damage to the Company in business, reputation, or
IV. No Other Employment
The Employee is required to refrain from acting in any other work capacity or
employment without having first obtained the written consent of the Company. It is the
Company's intention that the Employee devote all of the Employee's work effort towards
the fulfillment of the Employee's obligations under this Agreement.
V. Disclosure of Information
The Employee agrees that any information received by the Employee during his
employment, which concerns the personal, financial, or other affairs of the Company or
its customers will be treated by the Employee in full confidence and will not be revealed
to any other persons, firms or organizations.
VI. Hours of Employment
The Employee is expected to work at least (number) hours per day and (number)
hours per week, Monday to Friday. The working hours are normally (time) to (time) but
may be determined differently by the Company from time to time. The Employee is
allowed (number) minutes for lunch with the time designated for lunch to be determined
by the Company.
The Company shall pay the Employee $______________ per week as salary in
accordance with this Agreement. The payments will be made on (day) of each week.
1. The Employee will be entitled to (number) paid holidays each year
plus (number) personal days. The Company will notify the Employee as
much in advance as practical with respect to the holiday schedule. The
holidays which are generally observed by the Company are as follows:
New Year's Day, Washington's Birthday, Good Friday, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, the
Friday following Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. Additional holidays
may be allowed in connection with holidays which fall on weekends.
2. The personal days are to be scheduled in advance to the mutual
convenience of the Employee and the Company. Such personal days
must be taken during the calendar year and cannot be carried forward into
the next year.
3. The Employee will not be entitled to any personal days unless the
Employee has been employed for a period of (employment period to
qualify for personal days) during the calendar year. If the Employee has
been employed for less than the required time, the Company may, in its
own discretion, allow the Employee a reduced number of personal days.
1. The Employee will be entitled to vacations after the first (number)
months of employment with the Company. As of (month and day) of any
year the Employee is eligible for vacation as follows:
Length of Service Days of Vacation
Six months but less than one year Two days