The Employee Manual can be amended by the Club Owner and if amended it must be sent to the USAIGC Office for legal approval.
- Employee Handbook: Including Employee Application, Pre-Employment Screening Policy, Notice & Consent for Background Verification Report and Certification by Applicant
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- GENERAL CONTRACT OF SERVICE
Our legal document delineating the terms of the sale of services by your Company/Club, the "Service Provider" to another company or an individual/Student/Parent, the "Service Recipient". Our document only deals with services purchased from a business.
Our Contract includes the basic elements to purchase services:
- Identification of the parties.
- Description of the services to be performed.
- Dates or Scheduled dates for performance of the services.
- Any conditions or limitations placed on either of the parties or warranties related to the performance of services.
- Payment Terms.
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- RELEASE of LIABILITY
Signed by a participant and given to the operator/Club Owner for gymnastic instruction, some sort of activity, outdoor event, organized trip or an athletic event. The participant releases the operator from liability for any injuries or damages which arise out of such participation. In addition, a parent or guardian can provide consent for his or her child (minor) to participate in the activity. Finally, the document gives the operator temporary authority to seek medical treatment for minors should the need arise. This is especially important if the parent or guardian will not be accompanying his or her children in the activity (example, sending a child on a chaperoned competition or event).
- Although the Release of Liability document is designed to limit the liability of the operator for an injury to the participant, it does not protect the operator for damages or injuries caused by the operator's negligence or willful acts. Further, an injured party may try to ignore the Release. Therefore, it is highly recommend that the operator, in addition to requiring the Release, also maintain adequate liability insurance to further limit the operator's exposure to liability.
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- USAIGC/IAIGC Club Owners Business Manuel
Under development by USAIGC/IAIGC Club Owners
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- USAIGC/IAIGC Club Owners Agreement
Under Development by USAIGC/IAIGC Club Owners
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