HR/Advantage: Resources

Clark Hill has developed best in class document templates for a wide range of employment and employee benefit uses.  These best practices allow Clark Hill attorneys to efficiently provide our clients with resources that one can be assured meet federal and local standards. 

In addition, HR/Advantage provides a myriad of links to key federal, state, and local document templates to make sure what you are doing is in compliance with the most recent changes in the law. 

Employment and Benefits Document Templates

In order to help meet the increasing demands of your business, our attorneys can efficiently provide customized forms and template documents that comply with the myriad of federal, state, and local requirements. These include:

  • Employment Applications
  • Offer Letters
  • Executive Employment Agreements
  • Employee Policy Manuals
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Agreements
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act documents
  • Family and Medical Leave documents
  • Disability Accommodation questionnaires and related forms
  • Termination Letters
  • Direct Deposit Authorizations
  • Wage Deduction Authorizations

To quickly get access to these document templates, please contact your Clark Hill Labor & Employment attorney.  If you are currently not working with a Clark Hill attorney, contact the Practice Group Director, Paul Boehms, at 313-965-8358.

Labor & Employment Law and Employee Benefits Law Resources

In addition, below you will find a list of helpful compliance resources to help keep your plans on the right track.  We encourage you to check back often as this page will continuously be updated as new resources become available. 

Labor
Employment
U.S. Department of Labor

U.S. DOL – Workplace Poster Requirements for Small Businesses 

U.S. DOL – Wage and Hour Division - Workplace Posters

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Administrative Duties Tests)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Administrative Exemption)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Break Time for Nursing Mothers under the FLSA)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Commissions by Retail Establishments)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Computer-Related Occupations Exemption)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Coverage under the FLSA)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Deductions from Wages)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Employment Relationship – Employee or Independent Contractor)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Executive Exemption)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Overtime Exemption for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Computer & Outside Sales Employees under FLSA)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Overtime Exemption for Highly-Compensated Employees under the FLSA)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Overtime Exemption for Professional Employees)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Overtime Exemption Salary Basis Requirement)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (FMLA)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Overtime Motor Carrier Exemption)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Non-Profits and FLSA)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Overtime)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Retaliation under FLSA)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Record Keeping Requirements)

U.S. DOL - Wage and Hour Division - Fact Sheet (Employee Polygraph Protection Act)

U.S. DOL – Employee Polygraph Protection Act Poster

Michigan Department of Civil Rights
Safety
Employee Benefits Law
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