If the remuneration is too high, the organization will be unhappy and the janitor will be under constant pressure to do more work or increase the frequency of service delivery to justify the fee. Sometimes the company will even look for ways to pull out of the deal if the owners think the deal is fundamentally unfair. Hybrid agreements “Do” and “Supervisory” I often see agreements where the obligations are partly “do” and “supervisory”. You need to be very careful when reading your care agreement to make sure you understand what part of the homework is. These agreements can be confusing and lead to conflicts between the agency and the janitor. In addition, almost every Australian state has postal legislation that places a responsibility on developers to only enter into contracts that are in the best interest of an entity. . . .