Employee Forms

Employee Forms are generally used for a variety of purposes between an employer and an employee. Most commonly, they are used to establish an agreement between the parties for one’s services. The forms may be used to make requests, file payment information, and fulfill any other demands by either party.

Employee Forms

Application (Employment) – To be used by employers when accepting applications for an open position.

Emergency Action Plan – Details what to do in the event there is an emergency in the workspace.

Employee Direct Deposit Authorization – Use as an employee to give to your manager in order to get paid directly to your bank account along with most or all federal and local taxes withdrawn from your pay.

Employee Dress Code Policy – A system that is created to ensure employees dress appropriately or in uniform.

Employee Emergency Contact – As an employee give to your manager in case a medical emergency should happen so that your employer may contact family/friends.

Employee of the Month Nomination – To be completed by your co-workers to nominate who should be recognized as the hardest/best worker for the month.

Employee Reimbursement – This should list any charges an employee had to pay personally while working on the Company’s behalf.

Employee Evaluation (Performance) – In order to view how employees are working amongst themselves and within the Company.

Employee Onboarding Checklist – A document to help a new employee adapt to the everyday working obligations and routines of an employer.

Employee Rejection Letter – Notifies a candidate that he or she was not accepted for a position.

Employee Time-Off Request – If an individual is requesting time off for vacation, sick day(s), or any other reason this document should be returned to their manager.

Employee Termination Letter – If an individual has decided to quit their job this form should be filled-in stating when and why they have decided to resign.

Employee Write-Up Forms – If an individual decides to notify management of an employee who is not working in accordance with the Company’s best interest this form should be given to upper management.

Required Employer Posters

Employers are required to hang posters in the workplace under federal and State labor laws. States are now requiring their own set of posters and documents that must hang in an area that is easily visible by all employees in the workplace.

Required Federal Posters

Minimum Wage Poster – To ensure that every employee in the workplace is aware that the federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour.

Job Safety and Health Information – Provided by OSHA, this describes to employees that they have the right to a safe workplace.