If you’re outsourcing any of your operations, you’ll need to have a robust contract in place.
Outsourcing work can have many advantages for a business - perhaps to reduce your costs, get in a specialist, free-up management time or even create a bit more office space. Whatever your reasons, it's vital you get expert legal advice to help draw up the contract.
You’ll need to have a robust contract in place with your suppliers which covers all the necessary issues including pinning down some of the more abstract areas. Your contract should cover:
Our commercial team are experienced in all aspects of business law, so they’re the ideal people to help you sort out your outsourcing contracts. You can also be assured of a comprehensive and joined-up service with Tees. Our commercial team can call on the expertise of colleagues across our organisation, for example in employment law, commercial property, litigation and business finance.
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