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Employment Forms

Employment forms are documents human resource professionals use to manage applicants and employment processes, streamlining the most important phases of employment. Employment forms include job application forms, employment verification letters, and employment agreements.
Actor Employment Agreement
Actor Employment Agreement This Actor Employment Agreement is between a producer and an actor who will appear in a motion picture. This agreement sets forth the names of the parties, the effective date of the agreement, title of the motion picture and the actor's role.
Telecommuting Agreement
Telecommuting Agreement The Telecommuting Agreement is a legal document between the employer and employee "teleworker" identifying the responsibilities of both the teleworker and the employer. The agreement mirrors the policies of the company after confirming the agreement, employee signs the agreement.
Video Release
Video Release These benefits may include use for media, online, physical products (e.g. DVDs), or any other type of publication.
Weekly Status Report
Weekly Status Report The weekly status report is to let managers and employers know what you have done over the week.
Weekly Status Report Template
Weekly Status Report Template This is a template used to create and fill-out a Weekly Status Report Template which is a document between a borrower and a lender containing details of the loan for record and tracking of payment.
Weekly Timesheet
Weekly Timesheet Weekly timesheet is a form to record and monitor the exact amount of hours employee worked on a weekly basis.
Workload Distribution
Workload Distribution Workload distribution is the process of efficiently distributing work across each partner. Workload management maximizes each partner's performance and helps melt away chaos, leaving the team satisfied at the end of each day.

Employment forms are functional in managing the employment records of both employees and job applicants.

Employment forms are used to outline applicant information needed on the recruitment and employment processes of a business, such as job application forms, biodata, or resumes. Human Resource professionals use such forms to manage applicants, enabling them to assess who is the best fit to hire among the applicants based on the information written on their employment application forms.

Employment verification letters and employment agreements are employment forms used to manage current or former employees. These types of employment forms are used to establish an agreement between an employer and an employee, make employee requests, or file payment information.

Employment forms that might help you

Job Application Template

Applicants or job seekers use a Job Application Template to outline required information to apply for a job, including personal identification and job history or experiences. Practically, employers or human resource professionals shortlist applicants based on the information listed on a Job Application Template. Applicants must gauge what employers want to see in their applications for a higher chance of employment. Applicants may also use a Biodata or Resume to set out their job application.

Employee Information Form

Employees are required to provide their current or updated information to their employers using an Employee Information Form. It is a form used to maintain records of employees who have worked or are working for a company. It contains job-related and personal information of employees, which can be used as emergency contact information.

Employee Confidentiality Agreement

An Employee Confidentiality Agreement is a legal document that binds an employee to refrain from disclosing any confidential information about the company. By signing an Employee Confidentiality Agreement, an employee acknowledges all confidential information stated in the contract and agrees to secure them upon and after his or her employment in the company. Confidential Information may include the company’s intellectual properties, business trades, and other sensitive information shared upon negotiation with an employee. An Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement is a similar form that outlines more specific terms or provisions.

Employment Verification Letter

If you have previous work-related experiences and want to apply to a new company, you might need to obtain an Employment Verification Letter from your previous company. It is a document used to verify your employment history and income. Some employers may use it to measure your worth based on your experiences. An Employment Verification Letter is also used when you apply for a loan. For the loan agency to trust and approve your application, they might need to confirm your eligibility to acquire a loan based on your financial status. By furnishing an Employment Verification Letter, you guarantee that you are employed and have a salary or income to make substantial payments. However, obtaining it may be complicated. Some companies have strict restrictions on releasing personal employee information. It is important to seek consent before releasing potential confidential information to third parties. An Employment Verification Letter also works as a Request for Verification of Employment.

Employee Benefit Survey

An Employee Benefit Survey is used to measure an employee's satisfaction towards the offered benefits of a company. It is a strategy that companies do to gain feedback or satisfaction ratings to make necessary improvements.

Freelance Contract

A Freelance Contract is a legally binding document that sets forth the terms and agreements between a freelancer and a client. Freelancers or independent contractors are individuals who simultaneously work for multiple clients, companies, or organizations. They are hired to work on a specific project and may not be considered an official part of a company.

Leave of Absence Letter

Use a Leave of Absence Letter to request a leave from work for a specific and valid reason. It is a document used to inform and ask consent from your employer that you need to be away from work. Regardless of how urgent your reason is, filing a Leave of Absence Letter before absence shows accountability and respect to your contract with your employer. Most companies offer a limited amount of leave for employees. It is wise to file a leave on most important occasions. Your filed Leave of Absence Letter will serve as documentation on how many times you have requested a leave of absence. A Leave of Absence Letter is non-binding. If you want to use a legally binding document for a leave of absence request, you may use a Leave of Absence Agreement.

Termination Letter

Employers use a Termination Letter to terminate an employment agreement with an employee. It is a document that sets out the effective date and the specific reasons for termination. If an employee received company properties, he or she will have to return them upon receiving a Termination Letter from the employer.

Employee Separation Form

Companies or employers use an Employee Separation Form to validate that an employee is no longer connected to the company due to resignation, retirement, medical conditions, and other personal or external reasons.

Letter of Intent to Hire

A Letter of Intent to Hire is an employment letter used to offer a position to a particular person. It includes the responsibilities when hired, type of commitment, effective working date, payment details, schedule, and the terms and agreements of the offer. Employers must use a Letter of Intent to Hire to express their interest in hiring a job candidate. It does not guarantee that candidates may accept the offer. Candidates must know that they have the right to accept or reject the job offer.

Fit to Work Certificate

One of the requirements to qualify for a job position is to be physically and mentally fit. Employers require employees to submit a Fit to Work Certificate to ensure that they are fit to work and can perform tasks under certain working conditions. A Fit to Work Certificate contains an employee’s information and medical diagnosis, including the physician or medical professional's certification attesting that an employee is fit or unfit to work or fit to work but subject to work conditions.