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Employment Contract

THIS EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT is between the
following parties: PI (the “Employer”) & Mr. John Denver (the “Employee”)

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WHEREAS the Employer wants to obtain
the benefits of the Employee’s services and the Employee wants to render their
services based on the conditions of this contract.

 

Employment By accepting this position, the Employee agrees to perform all of duties described
in this contract in a safe and professional manner. The Employee is required to
follow all Employer policies and directions given by word or in writing. The Employee
also acknowledges that duty responsibilities are subject to change at the
Employer’s discretion.  Start DateThe Employee will begin full-time employment with the Employer as of the
1st day of February, 2018.  Duty Title and Responsibilities

As a Residential Painter, the
Employee will be required to perform the following duties and fulfill the
following responsibilities in a safe and professional manner on behalf of the
Employer.

a. The Employee will provide
clients with advice about color options and make recommendations about the most
appropriate paint choices for their home.

b. Employees will be responsible
for job site set up. This will include, but is not limited to: constructing scaffolding,
preparing the surfaces to be painted and mixing paint.

c. Employees are expected to apply
paint using Employer approved methods and equipment.

d. Use of ladders will be
required.  

e. Must be able
to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.

f. Travel within 50 miles will be
required on a regular basis.  

3. Compensation and
Benefits.

a. Base Pay. The employee shall
be paid a base hourly rate of $15.50. Earned pay will be dispersed by the
Employer on the 1st and 15th of every month and will be subject
to all applicable federal state and local withholdings. In the event that the 1st
or 15th of the month falls on a weekend, pay will be dispersed on the
next business day.

b. Overtime. Any hours accrued
during one week (Monday through Sunday) totaling less than our equal to 40
hours will be paid at the base hourly rate. Hours accrued during one week
(Monday through Sunday) above and beyond 40 hours will be paid at a rate of 2x
the base hourly rate.

c. Holiday Pay. In the event
that the Employee is required to work on a federally observed holiday, the
Employee will be paid at a rate of 2x the base hourly rate.

c. Travel. The Employer will
provide the employee with vehicles for travel to and from job sites. The Employer
will reimburse the employee for any expenses incurred relating to operating
company vehicles in the performance of official duties. The Employee will be
required to maintain and deliver all receipts to the Employer for verification
prior to reimbursement.

d. Duty Hours. Work hours will
vary. Show times, start times and end of day will be dependent upon job site
requirements. Normal office hours will be held from 0900 – 1700, Monday through
Friday.

e. Vacation. Hourly employees
will not be provided paid leave. Employees will be given two-weeks of unpaid
leave per year. Leave dates will be agreed upon between the Employee and the
Employer or Supervisor as appropriate.

f. Sick Leave. The Employee will
not be financially compensated for days missed due to illness. Days missed due
to illness will not be counted against the Employee or used by the Employer as
justification for Termination.  

4. OJT   

a. Duration. The Employee will be
enrolled into on the job training (OJT) on the first day of employment. OJT
will be conducted over a period of four weeks (one month).

b. Qualification. Upon completion
of OJT, the Employee will be evaluated by their Supervisor. If the Employee is
given a rating of “Satisfactory” by their Supervisor at the conclusion of OJT
they will be considered fully qualified. If the Employee is given a rating of “Unsatisfactory”
by their Supervisor, the Employee will be subject to remedial training.  

c. Remedial Training. Additional
training to be covered will be based upon the deficiencies of the Employee as
identified by their Supervisor. Remedial Training will be conducted over a
period of four weeks. In the event that the Employee receives a second rating
of “unsatisfactory” at the end of remedial training, the Employee will be
subject to termination.

8. Contract Length

The length of this contract is
indefinite. The contract will only end due to Employer or Employee initiated
termination.

9. Performance
Evaluations

Evaluations will be performed by
the Employee’s immediate Supervisor on a bi-yearly basis. The   Employee will be provided with areas for
improvement and given opportunity to improve. Employees who exhibit
consistently high standards of performance will be considered for pay raises at
the end of the calendar year.

10. Termination

a. The Employer reserves the
right in accordance will all applicable laws and regulations to terminate the
Employee for just cause.

b. Termination notice will be
given by the Employer to the Employee verbally and in writing one week prior to
the termination date.  

b. The Employee agrees that if
they decide to voluntarily terminate their employment, the Employee will give
notice two weeks prior to the termination date.

c. The Employee agrees to
continue to execute their duties in a safe and professional manner until the
notice period concludes. The Employee also agrees to ensure that their
replacement is properly trained and any relevant information is handed down.

d. The Employer will not change
the Employee’s compensation during the notice period.