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    Default IPSE direct contract template

    I'm looking to engage directly with a business and will be using the IPSE direct contract template. I have always gone via agency where I use signed time sheet for self bill invoicing. The IPSE contract makes no mention of time sheets and the version I have gone for involves invoicing monthly on a time and material basis. I'm assuming this is to my benefit as I can prove I was onsite using various tracking apps in case of dispute. Am I missing something?

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    My contract that was almost a copy of the IPSE template was a fail at QDOS a few months ago when I ran it past them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    My contract that was almost a copy of the IPSE template was a fail at QDOS a few months ago when I ran it past them.
    Not helpful if you don't say what it failed on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    My contract that was almost a copy of the IPSE template was a fail at QDOS a few months ago when I ran it past them.
    Which says more about QDOS and the "almost a copy" bit than it does about the Lawspeed contracts that IPSE use...

    OP - The point of T&M is that you have delivered something that the client has accepted. How that is evidenced is really between you and them, as is payment frequency - on delivery, on agreed stage payments, on periodic terms, whatever I agreed. When you agree that with the client, ensure it is in the schedule to the contract.
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    I've never heard of anyone having to prove they were on site with a tracking app. Being on site and providing billable work are two different things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    I've never heard of anyone having to prove they were on site with a tracking app. Being on site and providing billable work are two different things.
    I've had to use public transport information once. Made me look good though some of the ends of some of the days was spent in the pub next door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    I've never heard of anyone having to prove they were on site with a tracking app. Being on site and providing billable work are two different things.
    Being on site does not prove anything, but it is usual evidence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    I've had to use public transport information once. Made me look good though some of the ends of some of the days was spent in the pub next door.
    A friend is an academic (permie obviously), and one of the reasons he got his professorship is because of his commitment, as evidenced by the presence of his car in the car park at all the hours God sends. Of course in reality he was too pissed to drive home at the end of each day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Being on site does not prove anything, but it is usual evidence.
    Does that mean I should be giving my client access to my Grindr account to get paid?
    Last edited by northernladuk; 11th October 2017 at 13:22.
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