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    Default Direct contract through umbrella company

    This may be a question for Lucy but years ago I got a direct contract and the umbrella I used at the time had a contract that they used to get the contract set up with the company and so I could get paid, is this the case for all umbrella companies do they have a basic contract that can be used for any contracts where someone works direct as obviously normally an agency would be involved and they would raise the contract.

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    They better do. It's their responsibility to handle the contract between themselves and the client. If they can't do this you really don't want to be anywhere near them..
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    Hi

    Yep, most umbrella employers have two types of services agreements. One which can be used with agencies, and the other with end clients where the worker is going direct.


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    Quote Originally Posted by curtis View Post
    This may be a question for Lucy but years ago I got a direct contract and the umbrella I used at the time had a contract that they used to get the contract set up with the company and so I could get paid, is this the case for all umbrella companies do they have a basic contract that can be used for any contracts where someone works direct as obviously normally an agency would be involved and they would raise the contract.
    They should do, although it normally comes from the client. A template one could be supplied for the client to work off.

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