Enhanced to improve comprehensiveness, organization and scope of coverage.
Enhanced to improve the comprehensiveness, organization and scope of coverage.
An employer may use this policy to formalize the disciplinary policy, including disciplinary procedures and work rules, in a written document that may be included in the employee handbook. Weak or inconsistent responses to insubordination lead to poor morale, decreased productivity and low employee retention; just as important, lack of uniformity in the application of disciplinary rules can lead to discrimination lawsuits.
As mandated by the Massachusetts Department of Criminal Justice Information Services, covered employers should consider implementing the Massachusetts Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) Model Policy.
An employer may use this Nondisclosure of Confidential Employer Information Contract Clause to protect all non-public business information, including confidential and proprietary information and trade secrets, from being released publically by the employee.
An employer may use this policy to ensure that the employer has secured its right to terminate employment at-will. The At-will Employment Policy should be communicated to all at-will employees at the commencement of employment.
An employer may use this form to signify that the employee has received and reviewed a copy of the company drug and alcohol testing policy, and acknowledges and consents to its terms. The Acknowledgement and Consent Form for Drug and Alcohol Testing should be used in conjunction with the Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy.
An employer may use this policy to inform employees of prohibited drug and alcohol use and to inform employees of the company drug and alcohol testing requirements. Drug and alcohol testing constitutes a medical inquiry under the Americans with Disabilities Act and, as a result, this policy may only be used after an employer extends an offer of employment to a prospective employee.
Templates to help you create legally compliant documents relating to recruiting and hiring.
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