Index of HR Documents

We've compiled the most important HR documents you'll need to keep your business running right.

A lot of times cooking food is the easiest part about running a restaurant. It's all the other stuff that's a hassle, especially hiring and managing employees. To make it a little easier, we've compiled the most important HR documents you'll need to keep your business running right. Grab 'em when you need 'em:

FORMS

Hiring Related Documents

Application for Employment

Consent to Drug & Alcohol Testing

Request for Employment Reference

Request for Verification of Education

No Interview – Rejection Letter

Post Interview – Rejection Letter

Interview Guidelines

Interviewer Guidelines

Employment Agreements

Employee Non-Compete Agreement

Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement

Employee Invention Agreement

Independent Contractor Agreement

Employment Contract

Employment Agreement

Employee Forms

Request for Leave of Absence

Affirmative Action & Diversity Questionnaire

Payroll Deduction Authorization

Polygraph Consent Form

Employee Satisfaction Survey

Disciplinary & Termination Forms

Employee Separation Agreement

Employee Termination Notice

Employee Separation Checklist

Employee Warning Form

Disciplinary Notice

Manager Pre-Dismissal Checklist

Government Forms

I-9 Form & Instructions

IRS W-4 Form & Instructions

IRS Form 8027 – Employer’s Information Returning of Tip Income

IRS Employee Tip Reporting to Employer

WEB PAGE LINKS

Link to OSHA Posters Site

 

GOVERNMENT POSTERS (PDF FORM)

EEO Department of Labor Poster - English

EEO Department of Labor Poster - Spanish

Employee Polygraph Poster – English

Employee Polygraph Poster – Spanish

Fair Labor Standards Poster – English

Fair Labor Standards Poster – Spanish

Fair Labor Standards Poster – Chinese

Fair Labor Standards Poster – State & Federal Workers

Family Medical Leave Act Poster – English

Family Medical Leave Act Poster – Spanish

FMLA Military Leave Poster

OSHA – It’s the Law Poster – English

OSHA – It’s the Law Poster – Spanish

Uniform Services Employment Act Poster

Worker’s With Disabilities Poster

Employee Rights on Government Contracts – English

Employee Rights on Government Contracts - Spanish

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