To use a template for an employment contract, locate a document that reflects the nature of the employment, such as part-time or full-time, and fill in the details of the employee, the company and the payment. Sites such as LawDepot.com and RocketLawyer.com provide interactive templates, as of 2015.
One of the first steps in using an employment contract template is filling in the name of your company and its relevant details so that it is clear that you are issuing the contract. The template also needs to include space for the employee to fill in her name and details and place her signature in the appropriate areas to designate her understanding of the terms and agreement to accept employment.
After checking this information, make sure that the document accurately covers the nature of the job. For example, if you are offering a full-time job with a fixed salary, the contract needs to include areas that cover the salary and accompanying work expectations. Alternately, if the posting is part-time and includes hourly payment, the contract needs to clearly designate the minimum or maximum number of hours the employee is to work each week, how much she makes per hour and the times in which she must work. The template should also include sections that cover any benefits available, such as health insurance or transportation compensation, as well as the terms for potential termination.