A staff contract is a legal document signed between an organization and a contractor to provide a temporary workforce. Under the Contract Work Act of 1970, the company is considered the main employer in the contract and the workers are considered the workers of the main employer. The agreement must include the requirements set by the company, including the commitment made by the contractor. Details of who is responsible for transporting the workforce should be included in the agreement. Either the company or the contractor is responsible for the movement of labour to the site. Therefore, those who have taken responsibility for transporting workers must be specified in the contract. This agreement complements and complements all written agreements that you or the people you represent have with Manpower or associated companies and suppliers (now or in the future) regarding your business with Manpower or associated companies and suppliers in general. This Agreement and any agreement other than you or the people you represent with Manpower or associated companies and suppliers (now or in the future; together) represent the entire agreement regarding your access and use of the Site and replace all previous agreements (in writing, oral or otherwise) regarding your access and use of the site. In the event of contradictions or conflicts between the provisions of this Agreement and the provisions of agreements other than you or the persons you represent, with Manpower or associated companies and suppliers (now or in the future), the provisions of this Agreement apply with respect to your access and use of the Site. Monitoring of work in the treaty is of the utmost importance. The licensee may appoint, in accordance with the rules set out in the agreement, a supervisor to supervise the work performed.