Using agreements as an employer

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Written by Barkha Patel
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The "Agreements" feature allows employers to add custom agreements to their project that must be accepted by learners.

This may be used for Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), or any special conditions learners must agree to before starting their project with your company.

Creating agreements

  1. As an employer, you can add agreements via the project's "Settings" tab under the menu item "Agreements."

  2. Click on the "Create new" button to add a new agreement for that project.

  3. Fill out the following information about your agreement.

    1. Give your agreement a title and description. Both of these will be visible to users who accept the agreement, so they should be straightforward and descriptive.

    2. Check off the box "Autograph required" if you'd like the user to type their name as a digital acceptance of the agreement on acceptance, rather than simply clicking "I agree."

    3. Select "Text area" to add the text of the agreement directly in the page, or "Document" to upload an external document with the agreement content (typically a PDF).

  4. Once you're finished filling out the details of the agreement, click "Create."

Managing agreements

  1. All agreements for your project are found under the "Settings" tab of the project in the menu item "Agreements."

  2. If the agreement has not yet been accepted by any user, you can delete or edit the agreement.

  3. If the agreement has already been accepted by a user, you will not be able to modify it. In this case, select "Disable" to ensure the agreement will not be visible to or signed by any additional users.

  4. To replace an existing agreement with an updated version, simply disable the old version and create a new one. The new version will be administered only to new learners joining your project.

How agreements are administered

Learners must sign or agree to any existing agreements on your project before they can start working on it.

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