- Contract of Employment
Contract of Employment"This Employment Contract complies with the requirements for a written statement of particulars which must be given to an Employee (who has worked for one month or more) within two months of the commencement of the employment. It can be adapted for full-time or part-time permanent employees."
- Employment Acceptance Letter
Employment Acceptance Letter"This letter is used by a prospective employee to confirm the terms and conditions of an employer's offer of employment, and to accept the offer of employment."
- Employment Application
Employment Application"As an employer, you want to know all about a prospective employee's qualifications. Thankfully, you can use an Employment Application to gather the information you need to make hiring decisions. With knowledge in hand, you'll not only be able to find the best candidate for the job, you'll be protecting your business from a legal perspective.An Employment Application allows employers to find out all about a prospective employee's work experience, education, and other qualifications. Once prospective new hires have filled out your Employment Application, you can look over their answers for any outstanding capabilities or red flags. The application also serves as a record in case there are any questions about the hiring process. An Employment Application may ask potential employees questions such as: the applicant's name, and the position they're seeking; the name of their referral (as well as any references); their requested salary; whether they are eligible to work in the US; their willingness to work overtime or particular shifts; whether they're able to perform essential job functions; a description of their prior employment; information about their education background and training; and a list of relevant job skills. Finally, you may want to include at-will disclaimers, depending on the laws in your state."
- Employment Offer Letter
Employment Offer 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 Rejection Letter
Employment Rejection Letter"An employment rejection letter informs an employment applicant that he or she has not been selected for the position."
- Information Release
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."
- Job Posting Template
Job Posting Template"Looking to recruit a talented new employee? Find the perfect candidate by using a Job Posting Template. You can outline the position's requirements and duties, making it easier to find well-suited candidates, faster. The sooner you know what you're looking for, the sooner you can hire the right person for the job, and get back to business.Use a Job Posting Template to determine the job requirements for an available position at your business. Your Template should give potential applicants a good idea of the duties and responsibilities of the role, and the required qualifications. Once you've outlined what you're looking for, you can post the job listing with an agency or in a public forum. Your Job Posting Template may include details like: the specific title and nature of the job; how many positions are available; the name and address of your business; the range of salary being offered; the qualifications required for the job (such as education, work experience, competencies and skill sets); a description of the position's responsibilities and expectations; the last day you'll accept applications; and where applicants should direct any questions about the listing. You should also tell applicants whether they should include a cover letter, resume, references or background check."