OTHER EMPLOYMENT LAW
- 401k Rollover Request
401k Rollover Request"The purpose of this request is to advise the administrator of a 401k plan that an account balance should be ""rolled over"" to an IRA or another retirement plan."
- Demotion Letter
Demotion Letter"When you need to make a hard decision about an underperforming employee, you'll use a Demotion Letter. Creating a Demotion Letter establishes an official record of your business decision and confirms the conditions that led to the employee's demotion. It also explains the reason for the demotion, such as performance, behavior, or company restructuring.You hope you'll never have to make that difficult choice to demote an employeeÃ¹but it happens. A Demotion Letter is a formal letter from an employer notifying an employee of the decision to demote the employee's position within the company. The letter usually contains an effective date of demotion, the employee's new title and a revised salary, if applicable. A Demotion Letter officially informs the employee of the reason(s) behind the downgrade within the company. Most demotions are in response to an employee's behavior or poor work performance. Company restructuring is also a cause for demotion. As an employer (or supervisor) a Demotion Letter will serve as a record of the official action being taken. A copy will go into the employee's file and may be used to establish a pattern of behavior should the employee later be fired."
- Email Policy
Email Policy"This Email Policy contains the standard guidelines and restrictions regarding use of a company's email system. If your company has special guidelines or restrictions this form can be tailored to your business needs."
- Employee Bonus Plan
Employee Bonus Plan"This Employee Bonus Plan provides notice to employees about who is eligible for a bonus and how a bonus will be determined by the Company."
- Employee Complaint Form
Employee Complaint Form"Even in the best of workplaces, issues and complaints will likely arise from time to time - small and large businesses alike find it essential to have grievance procedures in place. An Employee Complaint Form is a way for employees to make a written complaint to their employer. A grievance may be over working conditions, management, or policy violations in the workplace. The Employee Complaint form will include the date(s) of the grievance, the details and any individuals involved, and a specific remedy requested. The Employee Complaint Form may be sent in to a human resources department or to a supervisor or manager at the company."
- Employee Death Benefits Letter
Employee Death Benefits Letter"This letter is written to an employer after the death of the employee to request any employee benefits that the estate or beneficiaries are entitled to."
- Employee Drug Testing Consent Form
Employee Drug Testing Consent Form"The Employee Drug Testing Consent Form is a document signed by an employee allowing the employer to do drug testing to verify if an employee was under the influence if any on-the-job accident or injury event takes place which employee was involved in and there is a chance that drugs may have been involved."
- Employee Evaluation Form
Employee Evaluation Form"The document can be used to evaluate and document an employee's job performance."
- Employee Grievance Form
Employee Grievance Form"Even in the best of workplaces, issues and complaints will likely arise from time to time - small and large businesses alike find it essential to have grievance procedures in place. An Employee Grievance Form is a way for employees to make a written complaint to their employer. A grievance may be over working conditions, management, or policy violations in the workplace. The Employee Grievance form will include the date(s) of the grievance, the details and any individuals involved, and a specific remedy requested. The Employee Grievance Form may be sent in to a human resources department or to a supervisor or manager at the company."
- Employee Handbook
Employee Handbook"So you're looking to create some workplace guidelines for your organization. An Employee Handbook not only outlines your company's employment-related policies and general rules of conduct, it also helps you protect your legal rights and responsibilities as an employer. With everyone on the same page, you can all work together as a team.An Employee Handbook is a great way to establish rules of conduct for your employees, ensuring a safe, healthy, and positive work environment for your whole organization. Having your policies in writing will make it easier to resolve problems as they come up, and help protect both your business and your employees. Your Employee Handbook will include information like: the company's paydays; benefits offered by the company; the number of personal leave and medical leave days; vacation policies; the list of paid company holidays; a social media policy; who to contact regarding benefits; how to report a policy violation; the procedure and points of contact for harassment complaints; and guidelines for sending work and personal emails via the company email system. You can create an Employee Handbook for the whole company, or one tailored to a specific employee, for example, your PR director may require social media policies that won't apply to everyone else. Whatever you need, we'll help you create it."
- Employee Invention Agreement
Employee Invention Agreement"This Employee Invention Agreement can be used by an Employer to state that the Employer will own the intellectual property rights to any inventions or discoveries produced during the Employee's employment with the Employer. All such inventions will be deemed the sole property of the Employer."
- Employee Manual
- Employee Retention Agreement
Employee Retention Agreement"Employee Retention Agreement can be used to provide an Employee with an incentive to remain with a Company in the midst of a change or control or buyout that could result in the Employee's loss of a job."
- Employee Retirement Agreement
Employee Retirement Agreement"This Employee Retirement Agreement governs the retirement of an employee from a company. This Agreement may be subject to the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), so please consult a lawyer to make sure this document meets your specific needs."
- Employee Tracker
Employee Tracker"The Employee Tracker is a place where you can keep track of basic employee information, such as salary, start date, benefits, and other information. You can also use it to track continuing information, such as attendance, disciplinary actions, positive notices, and promotions."
- Employee Warning Letter
Employee Warning Letter"The letter also allows you to state steps the employee must take and a timeframe in which to correct the situation. Wherever possible, you should be able to back up the warning in this letter with other documentation - attendance records, performance reviews, etc."
- Employment Agreement
Employment Agreement"This agreement between an employer and employee specifies the rights and obligations of each party. The employee's compensation, job duties, expense reimbursement, benefits, and confidentiality obligations may be described in detail."
- Employment Agreement - Quick Form
Employment Agreement - Quick Form"This agreement between an employer and employee specifies the employee's duties and compensation. Benefits and other rights and obligations of each party are also briefly described. This employment agreement is designed for easier use, if you require a more detailed agreement, this interview offers a standard Employment Agreement."
- Employment Agreement Amendment
Employment Agreement Amendment"An Employment Agreement Amendment is a contract modifying a currently existing and previously executed employment agreement."
- Employment Confirmation Letter
Employment Confirmation Letter"This letter is used by an employer to confirm the job responsibilities, starting date, compensation, and other terms of employment with a newly hired employee."
- Employment Contract
Employment Contract"This contract between an employer and employee specifies the rights and obligations of each party. The employee's compensation, job duties, expense reimbursement, benefits, and confidentiality obligations may be described in detail."
- Employment Information Release
Employment Information Release"This document is a Release signed by an applicant for employment. The Information Release provides permission to all persons, parties, organizations, and educational institutions listed by the prospective employee to release information about the applicant regarding his or her ability to work."
- Employment Reference Request
Employment Reference Request"This letter can be used to request a letter of reference from a former employer."
- Employment Verification Letter
Employment Verification Letter"This letter is used to provide employment verification information in response to a request from a bank or other credit-issuing organization."
- Equity Incentive Plan
Equity Incentive Plan"Equity Incentive Plan is a plan adopted by an Employer to provide a certain class of Employees with an interest in the Company in the form of stock options in the Company."
- Executive Employment Agreement
Executive Employment Agreement"Whether you're just starting the search to hire a new executive, or you've finally found the perfect candidate, creating an Executive Employment Agreement can help you define the position's specific duties and compensation. With a contract in writing, you can recruit top-level executives to your organization while protecting your business' legal rights and responsibilities.With an Executive Employment Agreement, you can easily document the terms of employment for your company's high-level positions. Having such a written agreement in place helps you protect your business, and makes sure that you and your new employee are on the same page. In an Executive Employment Agreement, you'll want to include details like: how the executive will be paid (salary, wage, commission, or some combination of these); the payment schedule; your policy on reimbursing out-of-pocket expenses; any specific duties for the executive position; any non-compete provisions; what kinds of information the executive must keep confidential; benefits such as vacation time, sick leave, and health insurance; the length of the employment period; and who will sign the contract. You'll also need to be aware of the minimum wage and overtime laws in your state. Whatever the position or the size of your company, we'll help you tailor the Executive Employment Agreement to your specific needs."
- Human Resources Contract
Human Resources Contract"Looking for some HR support? A Human Resources Contract is a written agreement between your business and a human resources or personnel contractor. These firms take care of your payroll, insurance, benefits and other employee matters. Create a Human Resources Contract today using step by step process. In minutes, you'll have a legal document that clarifies the responsibilities and expectations of both parties.If you have other legal needs, check out our full list of service agreements that are customizable for every industry."
- Internet Policy
Internet Policy"This document contains a standard internet policy to be used by any business as part of their employee handbook or manual."
- Leave of Absence
Leave of Absence"This document is an Agreement between an employer and employee who has been granted temporary leave for a specific period. You can use this Agreement to specify terms of a leave for attending family matters, other personal reasons, or to seek medical attention for some illness or injury."
- Non-Disparagement Employment Agreement
Non-Disparagement Employment Agreement"Your employees should be your biggest cheerleaders, but unfortunately that's not always the case. If there's any doubt, you can use a Non-Disparagement Employment Agreement to ensure your business' good reputation. It sets out the terms of employment while protecting your business from an employee who may speak negatively of your company. It's easier than ever to post something online that a lot of people end up seeing, and which could turn out to be reputation-damaging. A Non-Disparagement Employment Agreement is a contract between an employee and employer defining the employee's position at the company — but it also includes language barring an employee from defaming, disparaging or criticizing the company. For the employee, this prohibition extends to all persons including the press, board of directors, competitors and investors. A Non-Disparagement Employment Agreement, like a standard Employment Agreement, includes terms on employee compensation, job duties, expense reimbursement and benefits, but it's also designed to protect a company's reputation. Should a relationship with an employee turn sour, the employee has agreed to avoid saying anything disparaging about the business to others."
- Release of Employment Information
Release of Employment Information"This letter can be used to authorize a former employer to release specific information regarding your employment."
- Request a Raise
Request a Raise"This letter can be used to request a raise from an employer when one's salary has not increased commensurately to one's responsibility."
- Salary Verification Letter
Salary Verification Letter"When one of your employees is trying to get credit, find a new job, or rent an apartment, you may be asked to verify their employment and salary to help them take the next step. This Salary Verification Letter is a simple way for you to verify important information on behalf of your employees. Our salary verification letter confirms that an employee works for the company and their current salary. Often a bank or lender will request a Salary Verification Letter when an employee is applying for a loan, mortgage, or making a major purchase on credit. A hiring company may also ask a potential candidate for proof of their former or current employment. In such cases, the hiring company or the employee will request a Salary Verification Letter from the employer. An employer typically creates a Salary Verification Letter, but an employee could also create this form themselves and ask their employer to sign it."
- Simple Employment Agreement
Simple Employment Agreement"This agreement between an employer and employee specifies the employee's duties and compensation. Benefits and other rights and obligations of each party are also briefly described. This employment agreement is designed for easier use, if you require a more detailed agreement, this program offers a standard Employment Agreement."
- Telecommuting Agreement
Telecommuting Agreement"A Telecommuting Agreement is a contract between an Employer and its Employee allowing the Employee to work away from the office on a consistent basis."
- Temporary Employment Contract
Temporary Employment Contract"The Temporary Employment Contract is an agreement entered between a Company and Temporary employee. In this Contract the Company hires an employee temporarily for a specific service or project."
- Time Off Request
Time Off Request"This letter can be used to make a formal request for time off from your supervisor or human resources representative."
- Vacation Policy
Vacation Policy"A Vacation Policy sets the employer's terms and policies with regards to the vacation time available to employees based on the length of employment."