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GOOD WORKPLACE POLICY IS BOSS

Our Template Handbook & Forms for 2021

Includes COVID-19 Guidelines Including Vaccination

Clear, written workplace policies are critical components for workplace legal compliance and productivity.  The volatile combination of COVID’s impact on workplace management and California’s lawsuit-prone reputation underscore the preventative importance of such written rules and protocols.

Updated for 2021, our comprehensive model employee handbook includes (but is not limited to):

  • Conditions of company employment, including mutual “at will” termination rights;
  • Discrimination and harassment, prevention and handling (including new standards stemming from government response to COVID-19 conditions);
  • Employee compensation;
  • Employee benefits;
  • Employee job performance;
  • Limits of employee privacy, including valid employer access to employee-maintained databases and social media guidelines;
  • Paid and unpaid leaves;
  • Workplace health and safety;
  • Job-related injury or illness, including prevention plan priorities; and
  • Drug and alcohol policy, including testing, violations, procedures and standards.

Also updated for 2021, our model “Hire-to-Fire” forms include:

  • Workforce pandemic recovery measures;
  • Vaccination promotion, requirements and procedures;
  • Paid sick leave benefits under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and related federal and California directives;
  • Employment application and accompanying job description template(including key requirements for Americans with Disabilities Act compliance and California’s constitutional privacy protections);
  • Pre-employment protocols (properly positioning the process to meet changing legal requirements);
  • Employment agreement (including confidentiality/non-disclosure of company customer/client/patient listings and other trade secrets);
  • Alternative dispute resolution agreement (also proper terms and standards for private mediation and arbitration in lieu of court action);
  • Meal and rest period acknowledgments (confirming employer provision of required breaks); and
  • Termination policy, checklist and standard release (to be applied as appropriate for full transition and greater protection against later, preventable suits).

CONTACT US TO ORDER NOW
To order or for more information, contact Office Manager Aimee Rosales at 626.583.6600 or email her at officemgr@tbowleslaw.com.

May 28, 2001

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