Model policies, posters, notices, sample letters, checklists and forms to help you create, distribute and maintain legally compliant documentation for your organization.

This tool:

  • Includes templates that may be customized to meet the organization's particular needs, complete with tips and guidance as to how and when they should be used.
  • Provides warnings to help avoid legal pitfalls and/or understand the potential implications of recent and/or pending legislation.

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  • Appropriate Usage of the B-1 Visa - Checklist

    The B-1 visa may be a viable alternative to the H-1B or L-1 visa if a company needs to bring an international employee to the US on a short term basis. An employer may use this checklist to determine whether an employee is eligible for a B-1 visa.

  • Louisiana Human Trafficking Poster

    As mandated by Louisiana Department of Revenue and the Department of Transportation and Development, certain employers must post the Louisiana Human Trafficking Poster.

  • Preparing for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace - Checklist

    Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems are rapidly growing. It is inevitable that they will change the workplace exponentially. This checklist can help HR professionals and employers navigate the murky waters of advancing technologies alongside archaic employment and labor laws.

  • Inclement Weather Policy

    When natural disasters hit, it is prudent to be prepared in order to see minimal damage to production and to employees. This Inclement Weather Policy can be used to help an employer handle natural disasters that might affect the workplace.

  • Acceptable Use of Electronic Cigarettes Policy

    This policy may be used to communicate acceptable use of electronic cigarettes in the workplace. It may be used when an employer, mindful of state and local law, decided to allow some use of e-cigarettes in the workplace.

  • Prepare a Severance or Termination Agreement - Checklist

    A severance or termination agreement is a great way to make a mostly clean break with outgoing employees. This checklist will help an employer identify all the important points to address during the negotiation and drafting of severance or termination agreements, and will also identify some common pain points and pitfalls of poorly drafted or unfair agreements.

  • Whistleblower Policy

    An employer may use this policy to inform employees that it is committed to doing business legally and ethically. A Whsitleblower Policy will help to reassure employees that they can disclose misconduct without fear of retaliation.

  • Hiring an H-1B Worker - Checklist

    An employer may use this checklist to ensure it navigates the H-1B process properly when sponsoring a foreign national employee to work in the US.

  • Sponsoring a Worker for an L-1A or L-1B Nonimmigrant Visa - Checklist

    An employer may use this checklist to ensure that the transferred employee is qualified for an L-1A or L-1B visa classification and how to proceed with the visa process.

  • Paid Sick Leave Policy

    Paid sick leave is generally not required under federal or state law, however several cities require paid sick or unpaid sick leave (depending on the size of the employer). This policy is designed for employers who are mandated by law to provide paid sick leave and who do not already have a paid time off policy that allows leave for the same qualifying reasons and under the same conditions as the applicable law.

You said it...

We have been heavily utilizing XpertHR to assist in the updating of our company policies.

Sarah Anderson, HR Manager, Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill