This agreement, dated July 4, 2003, is by and between Holistic Health Clinic ("Employer"), with principal offices located at 1776 Independence Way, Washington, D.C. and Tracy Powerhands ("Employee"):
Employee agrees to provide massage therapy services within the scope of licensure. Employee is responsible for maintaining appropriate certification and licensure (including all costs thereof unless otherwise agreed). Employee agrees to dress in a style consistent with the Employer's image, including uniforms. Employee shall maintain client records in the manner prescribed by employer, and these records remain the property of the Employer.
When Employee isn't engaged in treatments, Employee shall assist with other office duties as directed, including but not limited to:
Employer shall provide the following: a safe, clean environment; a room furnished with a hydraulic table, chair, stool, settee, hydrotherapy equipment and storage area; receptionist services; appointment scheduling; insurance billing; marketing; and all necessary supplies and materials used in the performance of services (e.g., oils, lotions, linens and music).
Employee shall be compensated at the base rate of $10 per hour, with an additional $5 per half-hour massage and $10 per hour-massage, not to exceed 30 hours per week. Employee shall be paid bimonthly. Employee shall receive payment on all services performed regardless of the collection time. Employee may participate in any of the following: health insurance, vacation time and employee pension plan (see policy manual for details and eligibilty requirements).
Employer is responsible for paying all required local, state and federal withholding, social security and Medicare taxes.
Employer provides Workers' Compensation and Unemployment Insurance.
During the term of this agreement, Employee shall maintain a malpractice insurance policy of at least $2,000,000 aggregate annual and $1,000,000 per incidence. Employer shall maintain insurance coverage for liability, fire and theft.
Either party may terminate this agreement, given reasonable cause, as provided below, or by giving 30 days written notice to the other party of the intention to terminate this Agreement:
This document constitutes the entire agreement between Employee and Employer and supersedes any and all prior written or verbal agreements. Amendments to this agreement must be in writing and signed by both parties. Should any part of this agreement be deemed unenforceable, the remainder of the agreement continues in effect. This agreement is governed by the laws of the District of Columbia. All unresolved disputes shall be settled by arbitration or mediation.
|Employee:||Tracy Powerhands||Date: July 4, 2003|
|Employer:||Terry Terrific||Date: July 4, 2003|
|Witness:||Joy Tualle||Date: July 4, 2003|