Sales Employment Agreement


Overview
- The Sales Executive Employment Agreement is an employment agreement tailored for an important sales person.
- In many cases, a company's senior managers work "at will" like any other employee in the company.  However, companies often desire to have a written employment agreement with key executives, to make sure that each is as committed as possible to the company's business. 
- Sales Executive will want to make sure that his or her Territory is clearly defined, and that expenses and compensation are adequately addressed, such as the right to receive commission payments for sales activities started, but not completed, prior to the end of the term of employment.  
- This agreement is intended for sales executives who will work full-time for the company.  If the company intends to hire the individual as an independent sales representative, or as an independent contractor and not an actual employee of the company, the Sales Representative Agreement is a better choice.

When You Need It
- To document the terms and conditions of employment of a full-time employee in a key sales position.


Getting Started

You will need:
- Name and address of employer.
- Name and address of employee.
- Details of the employment relationship, such as products to be sold, territory, compensation, frequency of performance reviews, time period of any non-compete clause, and length of employment.

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the information contained in the Agreement.
- To document another key sales employment relationship.