A work order is an important document for a business to receive, as it signifies the approval of the company requesting the job to be done. A work order lists the sections of task assigned and to be completed.
The work order would state the appointed company for the job as well as the description of each task with the objective and requirements. Each work section may have its cost and related charges listed to give a clearer understanding of the agreed job scope.
A work order template may record the following information:
* Company Name & Logo
* Company Address & Contact
* Appointed agent’s Name & Address
* Appointed agent’s Contact Information
* Work Order Number
The body of the work order template lists the information related to the different sections of task to be done.
* Unit Price
* Service Rate
* Service Tax
* Grand Total
The work order may record the charges differently, depending on the business policy as well as per agreed terms and conditions between the two parties. Usually there is no pricing mentioned in the work order as it should state the portion of task that is to be undertaken, with clear instructions. Each work portion can be given a deadline or identified timeframe so that the assigned work provider will be clear about the completion expectation. Many work order contracts do have formal agreements listing the stringent terms and conditions.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.