Copywriter - Writer Service Level Agreement

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Copywriter - Writer Service Level Agreement

Create a customised Copywriter / Writer Service Level Agreement (SLA) suited to your business needs as a writer, completed with a guiding hand of the applicable laws while you are going through the process. A Copywriter / Writer Service Level Agreement (SLA) is a contract that establishes a set of writing deliverables or services that one party has agreed to provide another.

An SLA is important to ensure that a client and the writer are on the same page in terms of standards, services, timelines and the like.

Included in this Contract

This Copywriter / Writer Service Level Agreement includes all the basic aspects of a Service Level Agreement, including:

  • Clear descriptions of the writing services that the writer will be offering;
  • How many revisions can be made to the writings;
  • Who will be credited for the writing;
  • What form and format the writings are to be delivered to the Client;
  • The fees payable to the writer;
  • The commencement date, the duration that the contract is set to run, how and when the agreement may be terminated;
  • Descriptions of a Service Variation Process;
  • Procedures to follow in the instance of an Interruption Event such as a pandemic;
  • Intellectual Property ownership;
  • Dispute resolution.

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When you start the questionnaire, you will be guided through the questions with the help of information and explanation. Based on your answers, the Copywriter / Writer Service Level Agreement (SLA) will be tailor-made by our system. If you log in or create an account, you can also save the progress of the questionnaire and come back later.

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Further Reading

Read more about the Definitive Guide to Freelancer/Independent Contractor Agreements in South Africa (for both the Contractor and Principal), click here