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THIS IS A 1099 CONTRACT POSITION. YOU ARE NOT AN EMPLOYEE OF FOURTEEN FOUR LLC. YOU ARE BEING PAID TO PERFORM INSTALLATIONS ON BEHALF OF FOURTEEN FOUR LLC.

Fourteen Four LLC has the right to terminate this agreement at any time as so does the Installation Contractor.

All work is done outside in all elements(Heat, cold, snow, rain etc) and weather conditions. Please dress appropriately. The Installation Contractor is expected to work in all weather conditions unless stated  unsafe (Level 2 or higher snow emergency 20+ mph winds, below 18 degrees)

 

Here are a few rules to ensure you get paid on time and correctly:

::::::Tardiness::::::

Tardiness is not acceptable for any reason outside of a doctors excused illness or life altering event involving your immediate family. (Birth of child, death of immediate relative) If a job is scheduled at 7am, be sure to be there at 6:30am. Failure to arrive early will lead to immediate termination of use of named Installation Contractor.

:::::Dress Code:::::

The named Contracted Installer is responsible for dressing appropriately for all weather conditionsat the same time, not for your family vacation. If you were paying for a service, how would you want that person to appear? 

*Taxes and Insurance

Fourteen Four LLC assumes no liability or responsibility for the named Instalation Contractor taxes. As an Installation Contractor for Fourteen Four LLC, ALL Local, State, and Federal taxes are the named installers responsibility.

 

:::::Benefits:::::

Fourteen Four LLC offers NO MEDICAL, DENTAL, VISION OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF BENEFIT / MEDICAL INSURANCE COVERAGE TO CONTRACTORS.

 

:::::Documentation:::::

A great amount of time and money went into streamlining the documentation process for tracking installations. The forms provided per job are to be used on that specific job. All required information must be filled (unless picture proof info is not available) Failure to follow through on this documentation procedure will result in Federal Contractor Minimum Wage for pay of that job. Forms are to be completed per vehicle while the installation is taking place

Documentation is as important as the install. Documentation thorugh the job link your are sent is to be completed per install. Not when finished with the installs.

 

:::::Early Leave:::::

Leaving a job site unauthorized by a Fourteen Four LLC representative will result in immediate cease of any further work. If the Contractor / Installer wishes to cease work with Fourteen Four please provide a 2 day leave / quit notice to a Fourteen Four LLC representative in writing (email is fine). A no call no show will result in the following: Contractor Minimum Wage for all jobs in that pay period (Sunday to Saturday) in the form of $10.75 / Hour and 1 vehicle =.25 hours. Mileage will be paid at .12 / mile 1 way unless you are provided a vehicle.

 

:::::HOTEL / LODGING:::::

Fourteen Four LLC will pre schedule over night stays on very specific jobs when necessary. 

 

How to Poke and Wrap Wire Connections(Link)
All connections must be poke and wrap or soldered with tape and 2 zip ties per taped connection unless other wise instructed.

Units must be wired to true vehicle ignition and true vehicle constant. Not doing so or units that have issues will be up to the contractor / installer to repair the installed system. In the event the unit is not repairable, the contractor will be financially responsible for the replacement costs of the device due to improper wiring.

Contractor is required to sign a non-disclosure agreement. This agreement says you will not discuss our business or our clients with anyone nor contact them directly. Doing so will result in immediate termination of contract and pay will result in Contractor Minimum Wage for all unpaid jobs at rate listed above.

 

::::::::::PAYROLL INFO::::::::;
This is a 1099 position paid up to 4 weeks after job completion via direct deposit (Unless other wise stated) DIRECT DEPOSIT AND / OR PAYPAL is the ONLY method of pay from Fourteen Four LLC after the Installation Contrctors 3rd job.


:: ONLY INSTALL INTO WHAT IS ON THE VHEICLE LIST. Work performed outside of the work order will not be paid. DO NOT INSTALL ANYTHING NOT ON THE PROVIDED VEHICLE LIST THAT ACCOMPANIES EVERY JOB.

::::::Acceptions:::::::

There will be projects and jobs that fall outside the scope of this standard pay rate and will be discussed in email so that an agreement outside of this document may be reached.

 

::::::::::Getting Paid::::::::::

The Installation Contractor will be paid with in 3 days to 4 weeks of job completion unless other wise agreed upon and contingent on above standards being met. If you accepted "With in 3 days" you will be paid with in those 3 days for that job pending successful installs and form completion  Fourteen Four LLC is not responsible or liable for any delay in pay due to holidays, banking hours, or any bank hold from the Installation Contractors bank or the banks being used by Fourteen Four LLC.

Pay amount is job size based  and pay is paid with in 3 days of completion. This is time to ensure all devices online themselves and the only way they do not is from an incorrect installation. 3 days is the longest a device has ever taken to online itself and not be from a bad install.

The CognitoForms completed per vehicle will stand as an accounts payable to the listed Instllation Contractor.

:::::Warranty of Work:::::

Installation Contractor honors all work with a 45 day warranty. In any event that there is a question of workmanship a representative from Fourteen Four LLC will be sent to investigate. If the clients issue is unrelated to workmanship, the installation contractor will not be charged for the trip. If it is determined by Fourteen Four LLC that the workmanship of the Installation Contractor was the fault if the clients issue, the Installation Contractor will be back charged at the cost of correcting poor workmanship.

NON-SOLICITATION AND CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT ​is made this eleventh day of MONTH ______, 20__, by andbetween Fourteen FOur, LLC., an Ohio Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "LLC"), and INSTALLATION CONTRACTOR (hereinafter referred to as “Subcontractor”).WHEREAS, ​Corporation owns and operates a business specializing in the installation and deployment of fleet management equipment, installation of radio frequency identification equipment (“RFID”), and installation of Wi-Fi and related products (“Installation Services”) that provides services to customers throughout the United States; and WHEREAS​, Subcontractor and Corporation are desirous of establishing a business relationship pursuant to and consistent with the specifically enumerated terms and conditions asset out herein;WHEREAS, ​Corporation is desirous of protecting its business and confidential information; and NOW, THEREFORE,​ in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements herein contained, the parties hereby agree as follows:1. Service​.​ Commencing upon the effective date of this Agreement and thereafter,Subcontractor will render services to Corporation by providing Installation Services on behalf of Corporation. Subcontractor shall serve Corporation to the best of Subcontractor’s abilities and shall use Subcontractor’s best efforts to promote and maintain the success, reputation and best interest of Corporation.2. Term​.​ Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time, for any reason, with or without cause or notice. If possible, two (2) weeks notice is preferred,but not required 3. Compensation​. ​In consideration of the services to be performed by Subcontractor hereunder, Subcontractor shall be compensated at a rate agreed upon between the two parties.4. Equipment​. Corporation and Subcontractor expressly acknowledge and agree that as part of the employment relationship, Subcontractor will receive equipment from Corporation to be installed by Subcontractor for the Corporation’s client or customer or to be used by Subcontractor while performing Installation Services (jointly, “Equipment”), that suchEquipment is valuable, that Subcontractor shall treat all Equipment with care and that, within five (5) days of completing Installation Services for a client or customer, Subcontractor will return, at Corporation’s expense, all Equipment that (a) was not installed or (b) is no longer needed to perform Installation Services. Further, Subcontractor specifically agrees that if Subcontractor fails to return Equipment within five (5) days, Subcontractor is fully liable to the Corporation for the price of the Equipment.For purposes of this paragraph, Equipment shall be deemed returned upon Subcontractor depositing or providing the Equipment to FedEx, UPS or another nationally-recognized carrier that tracks packages via a standard tracking system or receipt of the Equipment by Corporation at its primary business location, 5111 Chantilly Dr Cincinnati, Ohio 452385. Confidential Information​.​ It is agreed that the methods utilized by Corporation in the conduct of its business, information concerning the source, nature and type of products and services offered by Corporation and the identity of client companies and/or individuals are valuable, special and unique assets of Corporation and such information is confidential information in which Corporation has a protectable interest. Subcontractor also acknowledges that such information constitutes a trade secret as defined by the Uniform Trade Secrets Act,enacted in Ohio as I.C. §24-2-3-1, et seq. Subcontractor will not, during the term of this Agreement or any time thereafter, use or disclose any such information or any part thereof to any person, firm, corporation or other entity for any reason or purpose whatsoever. In the event of a breach or threatened breach by Subcontractor of the provisions of this paragraph, Corporation shall be entitled to an injunction restraining Subcontractor from using or disclosing, in whole or in part, any such information, or from rendering any service to any person, firm, corporation or other entity to whom such information, in whole or in part, has been disclosed or has threatenedto be disclosed. It is agreed that such disclosure of any such information would cause irreparable harm to Corporation that could not be properly compensated for by damages. Nothing herein contained, however, shall be construed as prohibiting Corporation from pursuing any other remedies available to Corporation for such breach or threatened breach, including the recovery of damages from Subcontractor.6. NON-SOLICITATION AGREEMENT. Subcontractor hereby warrants and agrees that neither Subcontractor nor any agent or Subcontractor of Subcontractor will solicit,directly or indirectly, any client, customer, vendor or supplier accounts (generally, "Accounts")of the Corporation for any business or operation that is competitive with the Corporation.Subcontractor agrees not to recommend to any Accounts of the Corporation to patronize any other operation or business competitive with the Corporation. Subcontractor further agrees not to solicit any Subcontractors of the Corporation to work for anyone else. This non-solicitation agreement will be in affect during through the term of employment between Subcontractor and Corporation and continue for ten years following any termination.7. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES.​ Corporation specifically states that it anticipates financial gain from Subcontractor’s affiliation with it. Subcontractor agrees that if Sub contractor terminates this Agreement and violates Section 5, 6 of this Agreement, Corporation will experience undetermined expenses and losses of revenue. Because the amount of such anticipatory expenses and losses is not susceptible of determination, Subcontractor and Corporation hereby agree that if Subcontractor violates any part of this Agreement or any Agreement with Corporation, Subcontractor shall pay or cause to be paid to Corporation liquidated damages in the sum of ninety percent (90%) of the net revenues received by Corporation for work performed by Subcontractor during the one-year period prior to termination of this Agreement, if the breach occurs during the first twelve (12) months following termination of this Agreement, and eighty percent (80%) of the net revenues received by Corporation for work performed by Sub contractor during the one-year period prior to termination of this Agreement, if the breach occurs during the thirteenth to twenty-fourth month following termination of this Agreement.8. SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE​: Any breach of the warranties and covenants contained herein shall be subject to specific performance by temporary, as well as permanent,injunction or other equitable remedies of any court of competent jurisdiction. If any court of competent jurisdiction determines that Subcontractor has breached any of the foregoing covenants, then Subcontractor shall pay all reasonable costs of enforcement of the foregoing covenants including, but not limited to, court costs and reasonable attorney’s fees and expenses.9. ATTORNEY'S FEES​. If any action, at law or in equity, including an action for declaratory relief, is brought to enforce or interpret this contract, the prevailing party shall been titled to recover reasonable attorney's fees from the other party, in addition to any other relief that may be awarded.10. WAIVER OF BREACH​. The waiver by one party of a breach of any provision of this Agreement by the other party shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any subsequent breach by the other party.11. SEVERABILITY​. The invalidity or unenforceability of any term, provision,clause or portion thereof, of this Agreement shall in no way impair or affect the validity oren forceability of any other provision in this Agreement.12. GOVERNING LAW​. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Ohio.13. ENTIRE AGREEMENT​. This Agreement contains the entire agreement of the parties and any modification or amendment of the terms hereof shall be in writing.14. BINDING EFFECT​. This Agreement shall be binding upon the parties hereto,their successors and assigns, and to the estate, heirs, legatees, executors, administrators and beneficiaries of Corporation.15. ATTORNEY REVIEW​. Both Parties acknowledge they have been advised to seek the advice of and to have an attorney review this Agreement on their behalf. This Agreement shall not be considered to have been written by one party or otherwise be construed against either party based on authorship.IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement on the date and year first above written.