This is the form that employees fill out when applying to work at your company. The form includes information about their previous work experience, educational background, skills and references.
This agreement is utilized when you hire a new employee. This contract Employment Agreement lists the duties and terms, as well as compensation, pay periods and more.
This is a letter that is written to verify the employment of one of your employees. Often employees ask employers for an Employment Verification Letter when applying for school or a loan.
As an employer, you never want to have to use this form. However, it is designed to protect you. If you have an employee who is not meeting your standards, you need to issue them an Employee Warning Letter in writing before terminating them. Later if you fire them, the employee will have a difficult time suing you or causing a labor dispute because you gave them ample, written warning to improve their work.
Nearly every employer has some sort of secret or information that gives them a leg up on their competition. That's why it's smart to have your employees (and your contractors, for the matter) sign a non-disclosure agreement. When you're creating a non-disclosure agreement, note what specific sorts of information are protected by that agreement and your employee will be legally prohibited from sharing that information.
In addition to these forms, you can find several other types of Employment Legal Forms at RocketLawyer.com. Use our free Business Legal Check Up today to find out what other legal forms your company needs.
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