I bet your lawyer has never uttered those words to you (unless, of course, I am your lawyer). For today’s Friday’s Five, I wanted to remind readers about five free resources I offer. That’s right – they are absolutely free. Happy Friday.
1. Download the termination checklist
I’m a big proponent of checklists. Even if you have performed hundreds of employee terminations, there are so many issues that employers must get right every time, I recommend that each employer develop their own termination checklist. Download my draft checklist as a start to drafting your own checklist for your company here.
2. Subscribe to my webinar and seminar newsletter
I’m routinely conducting webinars and seminars to California employers regarding best practices and employment law updates. I often times waive the costs or reduce the costs for clients, friends of the firm, and readers of my blog. You can subscribe here.
3. Subscribe to my Youtube channel – The Employment Law Report
Rather learn by watching videos? Subscribe to my Youtube channel, The Employment Law Report. Some popular videos are my overview of California’s paid sick leave law. More videos to come soon. View and subscribe to the channel here.
4. Subscribe to my blog
Receive at least weekly updates about California employment law and best practices for employers. Reading this, right? Might as well receive an email by subscribing here when I post a new article so you don’t miss any posts. That is right, as always, this is absolutely free, so why not? Subscribe to the blog by entering your email address above the big yellow button to the right.
5. Download my e-book on the top ten best HR practices
The Top Ten Best Human Resources Practices for California Employers e-book – need I say more? Download it here.
Now you do not have any reason to not to utilize these free resources. And don’t forget, you can find me on Facebook too. Have a great Labor Day weekend.