California Business Protection and Compliance Package for 2017

Protect your California business
against employment lawsuits and disputes with our attorney drafted business protection documents.Documents are customizable and ready for immediate download with free backup.Your purchase includes:

Free yearly handbook updates
California attorney drafted
Instructions from our attorney
Free 90-day technical support
Free backup USB drive sent to you
One-time charge
Business Protection Documents California

Our documents and information are drafted by California attorneys to help protect business owners from workplace disputes and lawsuits.

If you do business in another state,  Click Here.

You will have immediate access to all documents after ordering. Please see the ordering options at the bottom of the page.  Questions? E-mail us at forms@alglaw.com or call us at 1-866-901-3142.

More than 50% of California business owners reported in a survey they had been sued at least once by an employee or former employee.

What You Could Lose in an Employment Lawsuit

If you own a business selling products or services, the odds are you will be sued in an employment lawsuit within six years. Should you lose, the damages awarded against you could easily range from $300,000 to over a million dollars.

Your business, assets, and even personal property could be at risk. Historically, judges and juries have not ruled in favor of business owners in employment lawsuits.

How to Protect Your Business

In the event of a lawsuit, your odds of a favorable outcome are greatly increased if you’ve been using an attorney-drafted employee handbook, employment documents and acknowledgment forms when running your business.

California businesses are required by law to provide certain notices to all newly hired employees and to employees who are being terminated.


Attorney Recommended Business Protection Documents

Drafted by a licensed California law firm, these are the core documents you need to help protect your business from workplace disputes, lawsuits, disclosure of company information, and IRS classification problems.

  1. California Employee Handbook
    Explains employee rights, benefits, expectations, policies, and general workplace conditions.
    This is a must-have California business protection document. Review the first 17-pages of the California employee handbook.
  2. California New Hire Forms Package
    • Employment application (English and Spanish)
    • Offer of employment letter
    • Credit and background check notice (required by law)
    • Paid sick days poster (required by law
    • Wage theft protection act notice (required by law)
    • Questions you should not ask applicants during interviews
    • Employee arbitration agreement in English and Spanish (Employee agrees to settle disputes by arbitration rather than suing you in court)
  3. California Employee Termination Forms Package
    •  Notice of change in employment status (required by law)
    •  Employee termination checklist for employers
    •  Severance agreement (employee termination agreement)
    •  Employee exit interview questions
    •  Employee authorization to release information
    •  Attorney-drafted instructions for terminating an employee and
    explaining requirements to comply with California laws.
  4. Confidentiality Agreement Between Employer and Employee
    Prohibits employees from disclosing important information about your company and customers to other people or businesses.
  5. California Employee Non-solicitation Agreement
    By signing this agreement, your employees agree not to solicit or persuade any of your customers, or other employees to engage in any business with them for a reasonable period of time after they leave your company.
  6. California Independent Contractor Agreement
    Protects your interests when contracting with an outside individual or company for work or services. Also satisfies IRS requirements.
  7. California Indemnity Hold Harmless agreement
    Releases you or your company from liability against any future legal claims, liabilities, and lawsuits when doing business with others.
  8. Workplace Posters and Notices. California business owners are also required by law to post specific posters and provide notices in their workplace. Our package contains information where you can download all required posters and notifications free of charge. Some of these free posters and notices include:
    • Unemployment insurance pamphlet
    • Paid family medical leave act notice
    • Pregnancy disability leave notice
    • Sexual harassment notice
    • Disability insurance notice
    • Discrimination & harassment notice
    • Minimum wage poster
    • Payday notice
    • Safety & health protection on the job
    • Access to medical & exposure records
    • Employee polygraph protection act
    • Equal employment opportunity
    • Operating rules for industrial trucks
    • Notice to employees-injuries caused by work
    • Whistle-blower protections 

How to Order

You can buy the above California business protection documents as a complete package or individually by ordering below. Purchasing either package saves you over 30% off the price of purchasing each form individually.

Package # 1- Order all documents listed above without the employee handbook and pay only $147.00.

Package # 2 – Order all documents listed above including the employee handbook and pay only $247.00.

Package # 3– Order all documents listed in package #2 plus the following documents translated to Spanish: Employee handbook, employment application, and arbitration agreement and pay only $267.00.

Have questions about our documents? E-mail us at forms@alglaw.com.

Fast and easy checkout. All documents are ready for immediate download after ordering or can be mailed on a USB.

 

Ordering Options for Windows and Macintosh