Adobe Sign is a cloud-based e-signature service that allows the user to send, sign, track, and manage signature processes using a browser or mobile device. It is part of the Adobe Document Cloud suite of services.
An employment contract allows an employer to hire an employee. An employment contract specifies the rights and obligations of the employer and the employee. An employment contract will specify key information such as the employee's role, salary, work location, hours and holidays. An employment contract can also include special terms such as a probationary period, benefits and overtime payment terms.
Adobe Sign do not offer an Employment contract template. To create an Employment contract with Adobe Sign you will need to upload your own template. Moreover, you won't be able to make edits to the employment contract in Adobe Sign once the template has been uploaded. Updating a template will therefore require updating the document outside of Adobe Sign and then uploading it again.
Legislate allows you to create an Employment contract which are tailored to your needs. Legislate templates are lawyer-approved and can be tailored to your specific requirements by answering simple questions.
Using an e-signature service like Adobe Sign means you need to source reliable employment contract templates, tailor them to your requirements with a lawyer and then circulate them with the other side for review and e-signature. Legislate replaces all these steps and tools with a single end-to-end contract management platform which offers a library of lawyer-approved templates which can be customised to your situation. Simply select the contract you would like to create, set the terms and invite parties for e-signature, directly within Legislate.
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