Return of Company Property
XpertHR's Legal Editor Marta Moakley, JD, addresses the top-of-mind issues employers are facing with furloughs and layoffs during the COVID-19 pandemic and will face when workers begin to return to work.
This checklist may be used to help an employer determine the necessary steps and proper process for a separation from employment, whether voluntary or involuntary.
This checklist may be used to explore an employer's furlough and temporary layoff options.
Updated to reflect NLRB decisions on email.
Updated to include whistleblower immunity notice under the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act, effective May 11, 2016.
An employer may use this letter to properly notify an employee out on FMLA leave of the termination of their employment.
California employers seeking to advise employees of their responsibility to return company property when separating from employment should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.
Employers seeking to advise employees of their responsibility to return company property when separating employment should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.
An employer may use this form to build or reach a severance or termination agreement with an outgoing employee when the employer is either contractually bound to provide severance or it determines that providing severance is in its best interests. Common scenarios in which employers elect to provide severance are when they desire a (mostly) clean break with an outgoing employee, they desire to maintain good relations with the outgoing employee or when the employer desires some protection from the outgoing employee against risks associated with litigation, competition or security.
Advise employees of their responsibility to return company property.
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