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What is an Accountability Agreement?
An accountability agreement is a contract between an employer and employee that outlines the scope and accountabilities that each party accepts. In addition to basic information such as name and contact details, the accountability agreement lists the specific roles and responsibilties that each contract signor agrees to he held accountable for after contract signing. This ensures that both parties fully understand the scope of their responsibilties and that roles and distributed properly according to the terms of the agreement.
The purpose of the accountability agreement is to ensure that parties can be held legally liable if either fails to uphold the terms of the contract.
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