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    Anniversary Performance Review Form

    This Anniversary Performance Review form is used to accurately assess an employee’s strengths, accomplishments, and areas of improvement opportunities, as well as his or her interpersonal dynamics. It lays out short-term and long-term goals. Finally, it is used to help determine the employee’s future career development path. Anniversary Performance Review Date: ______________________________ Name: ______________________________ Position: ______________________________Company: ______________________________Department: ______________________________Date: ______________________________Manager: ______________________________ Manager/Individual ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Employment Application Form

    This Employment Application form is used to capture a prospective employee’s personal and professional information at a glance. It seeks the name, address, type of work desired, previous work experience, military service history, education, and references. It states that the Company may conduct a background investigation,and releases the Company from any liability resulting from such investigation. It also states that there ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Disciplinary Action Form

    This Disciplinary Action form is used by an employer to document a warning to an employee for his or her unsatisfactory performance. It details the shortcomings and clearly states consequences for non improvement or recurrence. It is signed by both the employer and the employee being warned. Disciplinary Action Form [gate] Date: ____________________ Name: _________________________________ Dept.: __________________________________ Disciplinary Action: Verbal__Written__Written & ...
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    Employee Orientation Checklist

    Employee Orientation Checklist Describe the company, its history, organization, and goals. Explain the duties and responsibilities of the position to the new employee and make clear what is expected. Furnish a written job description. Familiarize the employee with the firm’s rules, compensation and benefits, frequency of employee appraisal reviews, advancement policies, and other pertinent information. Explain how the employee can ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Employment Verification Eligible Documents

    Employment Verification Eligible Documents 1. United States Passport 2. Permanent Resident Card or Resident Alien Card (I-551) 3. Foreign Passport with temporary I-551 stamp 4. Temporary Resident Card (I-688) 5. Employment authorization document (e.g., I-766; I-688B; I-699A) 6. (For aliens authorized to work only for a specific employer) Foreign Passport with Form I-94 authorizing employment with this employer 7. Driver’s ...
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    Frequently Asked Questions About Health Insurance Portability Law

    Frequently Asked Questions About Health Insurance Portability Law
    Q. How will the new law help people who currently have health insurance through their employer and who want to change jobs? A. Currently some plans do not cover pre-existing medical conditions. HIPAA limits this practice so that most plans cover an individual’s pre-existing condition after 12 months. If at the time you change jobs you already have 12 months of ...
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    Frequently Asked Questions About Immigration Law

    Frequently Asked Questions About Immigration Law
    Q. Do citizens and nationals of the United States need to prove they are eligible to work? A. Yes. While citizens and nationals of the United States are automatically eligible for employment, they too must present the required documents and complete an I-9 Form. Q. Does an employer need to complete an I-9 for everyone who applies for a job? A. ...
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    FAQs Relating to Pregnant Employee Insurance Rights

    FAQs Relating to Pregnant Employee Insurance Rights
    Q. May an employer limit disability benefits for pregnancy-related conditions to married employees? A. No. Q. If an employer has an all-female workforce or job classification, must benefits be provided for pregnancy-related conditions? A. Yes. If benefits are provided for other conditions, they must be also be provided for pregnancy-related conditions. [gate] Q. For what length of time must an employer ...
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    Business Travel Expense Policy

    _The **Business Travel Expense** policy outlines the provisions for travel and living expenses incurred by Company employees while on assignments away from the normal work location. It explains coverage, approval process, abuse of policy, nonemployee coverage, and reimbursement, among other provisions._ h4. Subject: Business Travel Expenses h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Standard Policy h4. Purpose This policy outlines the provisions ...
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    Call-In Pay Policy

    _The **Call-in Pay policy** states that an employee shall be paid the applicable straight-time or overtime rate for the actual hours worked, or a minimum of 4 hours regular straight-time base pay, whichever is greater, on the occasion that it is necessary to call in hourly employees without notice outside of their regular shift hours to handle emergency repairs, equipment failures, ...
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    Cell Phone Usage Policy

    _The **Cell Phone Usage** policy states the Company’s rules governing Company cell phone usage. Cell phones are to be used to conduct Company business only. Employee will be charged for personal usage. Calls must be logged and turned in monthly to be verified against invoice. Other rules apply. Discipline for abuse is stated in the policy._ h4. Subject: Cell Phone Usage ...
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    Child Care/Dependent Care Policy

    _The **Child Care/Dependent Care** policy states that the Company seeks to provide an environment that allows an employee to enjoy work and not be distracted by concerns about dependents. The Company expects all employees to be at work unless the employee or a dependent is ill. This policy outlines the employees’ options for dealing with a dependent that is ill or ...
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    Drugs and Alcohol Policy

    The **Drugs and Alcohol policy** documents the company’s intention to maintain its property and to provide a drug-free work environment that is both safe for its employees, including others having business with the Company or on Company property, and conducive to efficient and productive work standards. This policy restricts certain items and substances from being brought on or being present on ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Intranet Policy

    _The **Intranet policy** states that all information on the intranet is the company’s property; all employees who use the intranet are required to follow this policy, all other relevant company policies (e.g., harassment, nonsolicitation, and respect for dignity), and all applicable laws (e.g., copyright, discrimination). Employees assume all responsibility for their accounts. It covers passwords and violation of privacy and prohibits ...
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    Job Posting Policy

    _The **Job Posting policy** of the company is to promote from within to fill vacancies. Vacancies will be posted for 48 hours. Certain criteria need to be met in order for a current employee to apply for the opening. Criteria is listed in the posting. If no applicants are considered qualified or there are no applicants within the time limits, the ...
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    Layoffs and Recalls Policy

    _The **Layoffs and Recalls policy** covers the procedures for: aiding employees whose jobs have been eliminated; alternative action before layoff; maintaining benefits and who is eligible; part-time or temporary employees’ rights during a layoff; “bumping” sequence; and recall notice._ h4. Subject: Layoffs and Recalls h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Standard Policy It is the company’s policy to notify an employee ...
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    Leave Bank Policy

    _The **Leave Bank policy** allows employees to donate accumulated paid time off (PTO) for use by other employees whose sick and other paid leave has been exhausted. It documents the procedures for granting of leave bank days, administrative procedures, eligibility of employees, donation of leave, and general rules. The company may, at any time, discontinue the leave bank. All days remaining ...
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    Matching Charitable Gifts Policy

    _The **Matching Charitable Gifts policy** states that the program is open to all employees and is intended to recognize and support the important work of nonprofit organizations. The program is designed to encourage and match employees’ charitable contributions to qualified organizations. It lists the eligible and ineligible organizations/donations, the minimum and maximum gifts, as well as the gift criteria._ h4. Subject: ...
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    Termination and Severance Pay Policy

    _The **Termination and Severance Pay policy** defines the various types of separations from the employ of the Company and the effect of separation on benefits and continuous service. It covers information on applicability, types of separation, severance pay, accrued vacation time/pay, insurance, and length of service, among other related topics._ h4. Subject: Termination and Severance Pay Policy h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. ...
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    Vacations Policy

    _The purpose of the **Vacation policy** is to clearly define who accrues vacation time, when vacations can be taken, how vacation time/pay is calculated with regard to layoffs/resignations, military leave, death, discharge, resignation, and holidays._ h4. Subject: Vacations h4. Organization: Anonymous h4. Example of: Standard Policy The Period During Which Vacations May Be Taken Vacation may be taken between January 1 ...
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