1. Personal Information Form:
This form should include the employee’s name, address, phone number, Social Security Number (SSN), date of birth, emergency contact information, and other personal details.
2. Employment Agreement/Contract:
This document outlines the duties and responsibilities of the employee as well as their terms of employment such as salary and benefits package.
3. W-4 Form:
The form is used to determine how much federal income tax will be withheld from an employee’s paycheck each pay period.
4. I-9 Form:
This form verifies that the employee hired is legally authorized to work in the United States of America.
5. State Tax Forms:
These forms are specific to the state and must be filled out by employees each year.
6. Employee Handbook:
This document outlines the policies and procedures of the organization including vacation, sick days, and other benefits.
7. Performance Evaluation Form:
This form is used to evaluate an employee’s performance over a given period.
8. Salary/Benefits/Compensation Agreement:
This agreement outlines all salary information, benefits package, additional compensation such as bonuses or stock options, and any other terms related to an employee's salary and benefits package.
9. Exit Interview Form:
This form should be completed when an employee leaves the company to understand why they left and their overall experience.