Hiring is the process of recruiting and taking on skilled employees. Terminations of employment and reductions in force are employee dismissals or layoffs at the discretion of the employer.
An independent contractor is an individual or business entity contacted to perform work as a non-employee for another business. An independent contract agreement is a written understanding between a business and an independent contractor stating the terms of the service, such as the nature, payment, and length of the work.
A harassment or discrimination claim is a written report stating an incident of unfair or prejudiced treatment. An internal investigation is a company’s examination of its own conduct to see if it has violated any laws or company policies.
A policy manual is a collection of documents that define a business’s rules, practices, and procedures in order to help hired staff manage day-to-day business.
Employee compensation includes all the benefits an employee receives in exchange for their service to an employer. Benefits include wages or a salary, health and life insurance, paid vacation and sick days, disability insurance, or employer contributions to retirement plans.
Employee training programs are courses designed for employees to gain industry-specific skills and knowledge to improve the performance in their job roles.
An employment agreement is a contract signed by both the employer and employee as a part of the hiring process. The contract details the rules, rights, and responsibilities of both parties as well as any special obligations. A consulting agreement is a contract between a business and a by-hire professional that specifies what services the business will contract and pay for.
(NDA), or confidentiality agreement, is a contract in which the parties agree not to disclose certain information contained in the agreement. The NDA creates a confidential relationship between the parties and, as a result, protects private information, such as a trade secret, and prohibits disclosure to the public.
A non-compete agreement (NCA) is a contract between two or more parties, in which one agrees not to enter into competition with the other. This type of contract is usually used to protect intellectual property from former employees. The intellectual property could include business practices or plans, customer lists, product development, or new technology.
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