When adding a new contractor, you'll have the option to add your own addendum to the contract in section 2. Compliance. If you want to edit or add a special clause for an existing contractor, you will need to create a new contract.
To create a new contract:
Go to the People tab and click the name of the contractor to go to the contractor’s details page.
Scroll down to the Documents section and click the 'Contracts' link. (Note: Alternatively, you can also click 'View' in the Contract section on the right-hand side of the page.)
In the upper right corner of the Contracts page, click ‘Create new contract. ’
A ‘New contract’ window will open. Complete the fields for the new contract, including the Contract start date and Scope of work, and click 'Create contract.'
Once you review and sign the contract, it will be available in the contractor's profile to sign. (Note: If you create another contract for the same contractor before they have signed a previous contract, your signature from that previous contract will be withdrawn when you create the new contract.)
After the contractor signs the new contract, you can terminate the former contract.
Adding contract addendums and special clauses
You can add addendums and special clauses when creating a new contract. Those options are available in the Attachments section of the New contract window.
When an additional document or addendum is attached to a contract, it is visible to contractors when they preview the contract for signature. Contractors can also see the attached document in the Documents section of their profile page once the contract has been signed by all parties.
To terminate a contract:
In the People tab, click the name of the contractor to go to the contractor’s details page.
Locate the Contract section on the right-hand side of the page, and click ‘View.’
Click the arrow to the right of the contract that you’d like to terminate.
Click on the three purple dots in the top right corner of the contract page and select ‘Terminate.’ Click ‘Yes, terminate agreement.’