Understanding the difference between a service occupancy agreement and a service rental agreement is a must, and careful consideration should be given to the type of agreement you should use. Employee housing agreements are generally executed by employers who offer summer or agricultural employment. It is typical for employees on dairy farms and farms to get housing contracts. This type of employment often requires employees to move away from their original residence because the work is seasonal or it is simply more comfortable for employees to live on site due to operating hours. Staff housing agreements create a lease-tenant relationship between the employer and the worker. If you are considering providing accommodation to employees, you are well advised to have a staff housing agreement. Without one, you won`t be able to remind you of your expectations. Your employees should have a copy of the agreement, as they should know the terms of the agreement and know what you can expect from you regarding your responsibilities. When you provide accommodation to an employee, the agreement is usually documented by the parties who enter into either a service occupancy contract or a service rental agreement. · The user has a personal use permit as long as the worker is employed by the employer and the employment contract ends automatically when the employment contract ends.
If, as an employer, you want to offer a worker a job in which he or she must occupy your property, you must ensure that the agreement is a service occupancy contract and not a service contract. Staff rental agreements are legally binding on you and your employees. Such agreements must be in accordance with state law with respect to landlords and tenants. For example, if you enter into a housing contract with an employee, you must comply with state legislation on dismissal and other eviction procedures if the worker does not step in time after the dismissal. · The service lease agreement, under which the worker occupies the premises, contains provisions compatible with a rental agreement (e.g. B the rent is paid and the worker has exclusive ownership of the property). . .