Policies and Documents

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.

New and Updated

  • Maryland Earned Sick and Safe Leave Employee Notice Poster

    As mandated by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation's Division of Labor and Industry, all Maryland employers must post the Maryland Earned Sick and Safe Leave Employee Notice Poster.

  • California Notice to Employees of Inspection by Immigration Agencies

    As mandated by the California Department of Industrial Relations, certain California employers must post the California Notice to Employees of Inspection by Immigration Agencies.

  • Vermont Accommodations for Pregnant Employees Poster

    As mandated by the Vermont Department of Labor, every Vermont employer must post the Vermont Accommodations for Pregnant Employees Poster.

  • Immigration Policy

    Enhanced to improve the comprehensiveness, organization and scope of coverage.

  • California Human Trafficking Poster

    Updated to reflect applicability of notice-posting requirement, effective January 1, 2018.

  • Nevada Domestic Violence Leave Poster

    As mandated by the Nevada Department of Business and Industry, all Nevada employers must post the Nevada Domestic Violence Leave Poster.

  • Washington Frontloaded Paid Sick Leave Policy

    As required by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by Washington's paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that choose to frontload an employee's paid sick leave balance before it would otherwise accrue may use the Washington Frontloaded Paid Sick Leave Policy to fulfill compliance requirements.

  • Washington Employee Notification of Frontloaded Paid Sick Leave Form

    As required by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by Washington's paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that choose to frontload an employee's paid sick leave balance before it would otherwise accrue may use the Washington Employee Notification of Frontloaded Paid Sick Leave Form to comply with notice requirements.

  • Washington Verification for Absences Exceeding Three Days Policy

    As required by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by Washington's paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that require employees to provide verification for paid sick leave uses that exceed three consecutive days the employee is required to work may use the Washington Verification for Absences Exceeding Three Days Policy to fulfill compliance requirements.

  • Washington Employee Verification for Authorized Use of Paid Sick Leave for Absences Exceeding Three Days Form

    As recommended by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by the Washington paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that require employees to provide verification for paid sick leave uses that exceed three consecutive days the employee is required to work may use the Washington Employee Verification for Authorized Use of Paid Sick Leave for Absences Exceeding Three Days Form.

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