Order Our 2019 Updated Model Employee Handbook and Hire-to-Fire Forms
An outdated workplace policy manual can cause
its own set of problems. In employment law, the only thing constant is change.
Our 2019 model employment handbook and forms
contain significant revisions to keep pace with new laws and recent case decisions, many motivated by the #metoo movement.
Our model forms and policies include:
• Employment application (including releases that acknowledge an employer’s use of pre-employment tests consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act and California’s constitutional privacy protection);
• Form job description (again, setting the foundation for pre-employment use of tests);
• Pre-employment procedures policy (properly positioning the above tests as aimed at job-related qualities rather than physical or mental disabilities);
• Employment agreement (including confidentiality/non-disclosure of company trade secrets);
• Alternative dispute resolution agreement (establishing private mediation and arbitration in lieu of court-filed complaints and limiting class action participation to the extent possible);
• Meal and rest break acknowledgments (confirming employer provision of required breaks);
• Paid sick leave policies (to comply with California’s recently enacted requirements); and
• Termination policy, checklist and standard release (to be applied with troublesome employees for greater protection against later, frivolous suits).
Our comprehensive model employee handbook includes:
• Conditions of company employment
• Discrimination and harassment, prevention and handling
• Employee compensation
• Employee benefits
• Employee job performance; mutual termination rights
• Employee privacy expectations, employer access to employee-maintained databases and social media guidelines
• Paid and unpaid time off
• Job-related injury or illness
• Workplace health and safety
• Drug and alcohol policy; drug testing
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To order or for more information, contact client services director Loretta Gardea at 626.583.6600 or email her at [email protected]
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