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  • Workplace Injury and Illness Incident Report
    Workplace Injury and Illness Incident Report

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Employees are some of the most valuable resources that a company has, and can contribute substantially to the success of a business. Unfortunately, accidents can happen and employees may be injured or become ill on the job or as a result of the work they’re performing. In the modern workplace, it’s essential that organizations to respond quickly to such incidents, and work to effectively resolve the matter and prevent recurrences. In some cases, you may be required to report injuries to your local government, and to provide information about how, when, and where the incident took place. Moreover, your employee may need this information to obtain prompt medical evaluation and treatment and to qualify for payment of medical expenses and other benefits. Use the enclosed form to keep a record of all work-related injuries and illnesses that may occur at your company. Organized information about these incidents may protect your company from later lawsuits and can make your office safer for everyone who works there.
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  • Letter of Resignation - DOC
    Letter of Resignation - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Although it may seem an archaic formality, resignation letters signal respect and consideration, and reflect well on an individual and his or her character. This can prove useful in later years, as references may be required in further job searches and an employee’s farewell actions can make a lasting impression on a company. If you follow the suggestions provided, you will show consideration for your former employer, establishing a tone of mutual respect and laying the foundation for a future business relationship. Inappropriate behavior, whether by thoughtless letter or ignored formalities, will only hurt your career. A well-constructed resignation letter will allow you to maintain your business reputation. In the end, you know your situation better than anyone else. Feel free to adapt the enclosed document to meet your specific needs.
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  • Employment Application
    Employment Application

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    An employment application is often the first document a prospective employee will complete for your company. When completed, the application will be full of critical information to assess a potential employee’s suitability for an open position. A well-crafted employment application not only streamlines the search for your next employee, but can also provide the framework of a new employee’s personnel file. Your company can use application information to learn about skills not being fully exploited or to search for information about past performance issues. The enclosed employment application should prove useful to your business and, if you follow the suggestions provided, can set you on the path to the right hiring process for your organization. Your company can get relevant information without sacrificing quality and efficiency.
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  • Employment Offer Letter
    Employment Offer Letter

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Starting off on the right foot is essential to establishing a productive, successful, and professional workplace, and a prospective employee’s first impression of a company may be created by its employment offer letter. There are many advantages to a well-crafted offer letter, the most obvious of which is the legal protection it affords a company or business. By providing written employment terms—including details of potential compensation, position, and at-will status—the company is creating a legal document that, when signed, can prove valuable if disputes occur. Additionally, written agreements can limit later confusion or disagreement about employment conditions. This document contains employment offer letter essentials, providing a standard form that can easily be revised and used again for future employees.
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  • Employee Written Warning
    Employee Written Warning

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    An employee written warning is simply a memorandum to a member of your staff, explaining that his or her job performance has been unsatisfactory. It must provide specific details about the problem (including examples, dates, names, and witnesses, where available) and explain the consequences of continuing violations or infractions. Although it can be uncomfortable to discipline an employee, problems do not always resolve themselves: early written warnings increase the odds that changes will be made and job performance will improve. If problems persist, you will have a record of past issues and attempted resolutions in your personnel files and can use this information to suspend or terminate the employee.
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  • Employee Review
    Employee Review

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    An employee review is a snapshot in time, and provides an objective record of the quality and quantity of work done over a specific period. This allows executives and managers to plan projects and set expectations, and to encourage employee investment in their own and the organization’s success. A clear explanation of the issues will minimize confusion, misunderstanding, and error, and will reiterate both your company’s expectations and the consequences of not rising to organizational standards. On the positive side, you will be able to track your employees’ successes, and reward those who consistently go above and beyond the responsibilities of their job. Even good performance can be improved, and regular supportive feedback can encourage this to happen.
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  • Employee Internet Policy
    Employee Internet Policy

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Every business that uses computers should have a written computer, e-mail, and internet usage policy. These policies are sometimes also called “acceptable use policies,” “acceptable usage policies” or “AUPs.” The temptation to surf the web or compose personal e-mails is hard to resist for even the most conscientious of employees, and these practices waste significant company money and time. Moreover, a pattern of careless computer use can have significant risks for a business, in both the short term and farther down the road. A well-crafted computer, e-mail, and internet usage policy will not only set expectations for incoming employees, but will also protect your company from allegations ranging from copyright infringement to hostile work environment. The policy will also guard against more immediate dangers, like the unthinking download of a computer virus or of tools that could interfere with system security. The enclosed policy should prove useful to your business and, if you follow the suggestions provided, can provide the framework for a complete set of information management policies. Your business will be able to draw on its technological resources without sacrificing either security or efficiency.
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  • Employee Handbook Acknowledgment Form
    Employee Handbook Acknowledgment Form

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Employee handbooks inform employees about company policies, procedures, and practices, and can communicate standards of performance and conduct. In some cases, they are a new employee’s first inside impression of a company. If well-constructed, it can start the employment relationship off on the right foot and can also serve as an important tool to avoid employee lawsuits. Although state and federal laws sometimes require that policies and procedures be posted on bulletin boards or other public places, distributing a handbook to all employees ensures that the company’s critical standards are accessible to all, and that each employee will have a handy reference when questions arise. The enclosed document provides an acknowledgment of an employee’s review and understanding of the handbook he or she received. This can serve to prevent future disagreements and misunderstandings, and can build the framework for a long-lasting employment relationship.
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  • Employee Cell Phone Policy
    Employee Cell Phone Policy

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Mobile phones, personal digital assistants, and other electronic innovations have given employers increased access to their employees, making those individuals more available and connected to their jobs. The business world understands that technologies have improved customer service and elevated employee efficiencies. However, companies are also starting to sense that these tools have also increased distractions and the potential exposure to corporate liability for employee acts. A well-crafted cell phone usage policy will not only set expectations for incoming employees, but will also address serious issues concerning the safety, security, and privacy of cell phone use. The enclosed document should prove useful to your business and, if you follow the suggestions provided, can provide the framework for a complete set of management policies. Your business will be able to draw on its technological resources without sacrificing either security or efficiency.
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  • Direct Deposit Authorization
    Direct Deposit Authorization

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Direct deposit (sometimes called electronic fund transfer) is an important benefit for companies to offer to their employees. Employees can be assured of regular, immediate payments made directly to their bank accounts without delay, minimizing opportunities for bounced checks or insufficient funds. It saves them (and you) inconvenient and time-consuming trips to the bank. By some estimates, using direct deposit can save an employer up to 50% of its payroll and administrative costs. This package contains everything you’ll need to provide your employees with the opportunity to participate in a direct deposit system.
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  • Applicant Rejection Letter - DOC
    Applicant Rejection Letter - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Your business spends a lot of time attracting the right applicants for open job positions. It should spend some time contacting those individuals after a decision has been made, even if the application is rejected. A polite and considerate rejection letter can prevent tremendous damage to your company’s reputation and its ability to attract qualified employees. Use the enclosed letter and guidelines to inform a candidate that he or she will not be working with you, without alienating someone who may later be a colleague, peer, or customer. If you follow the suggestions provided, your company will show consideration for its applicants, establishing a tone of mutual respect and laying the foundation for potential future business relationships.
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  • Academic Letter of Recommendation
    Academic Letter of Recommendation

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    The modern job market is competitive, and applicants must work hard to stand out from an ever-growing pool of potential employees. Letters of recommendation play an essential role in this process, and can push the decision on a candidate from a maybe to a yes. A strong letter goes beyond a resume’s flat descriptions and adds an evaluative element to what is otherwise just a list of tasks performed. The enclosed sample will provide structure for a personalized letter, eliminating some of the tedious and time-consuming drafting that would otherwise be required. You can support a student or former student quickly and effectively, without taking too much time to recreate a standardized document. With a little consideration and some personal additions, the enclosed letter can provide a significant boost to those who may need it in their job search.
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  • Job Offer Rejection Letter - DOC
    Job Offer Rejection Letter - DOC

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    A polite and considerate rejection letter can prevent tremendous damage to your reputation and your ability to interest future employers or associates. Use the enclosed letter and guidelines to inform an organization you will not be accepting its offer, without alienating parties who may later be employers, associates, or customers. If you follow the suggestions provided, you can show consideration for companies in your field, establishing a tone of mutual respect and laying the foundation for potential future business relationships. Inappropriate behavior, whether by thoughtless letters or ignored offers, will only hurt your career. A well-constructed rejection letter will allow you to maintain your marketplace reputation and pave the way for future ventures and opportunities.
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  • Job Offer Acceptance Letter
    Job Offer Acceptance Letter

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    A polite and considerate acceptance letter can start your employment relationship on the right foot. Use the enclosed letter and guidelines to inform an organization you will be accepting its offer and to confirm the general terms of your service. If you follow the suggestions provided, you can show consideration for the company that selected you, establishing a tone of mutual respect from the start. A well-constructed acceptance letter will ensure that the terms of your employment are verified and you can focus on preparing yourself for the work to come.
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  • Employee Absence Report and Summary
    Employee Absence Report and Summary

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    From:LegalZoom

    Document Overview:
    Employees are some of the most valuable resources a company has, and can contribute substantially to the success of a business. Absenteeism can cost a company in many ways, both direct and indirect, and it may be difficult to understand the scope of these costs without a clear written record of the absences. In some cases, an organization may be required to permit absences based on local or federal law, and to supply information about the length and type of such leaves. Employees may need this information to qualify for medical expense reimbursement and other benefits. The enclosed forms can provide an ongoing record of absences, benefiting both the company and its employees.
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