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You must provide terminating employees with certain notices, whether they voluntarily resigned or were involuntarily discharged.
Providing the For Your Benefit Pamphlet (Form DE 2320)The EDD created the For Your Benefit, California's Program for the Unemployed (DE 2320) pamphlet to explain employees' rights to UI, SDI, and paid family leave (PFL).
Providing the Notice of COBRA RightsAny employer who has 20 or more employees and offers a group insurance plan must give notice of Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) rights. More »
Termination Notice and Unemployment InsuranceWhen an employee is involuntarily terminated, you must give immediate written notice to the employee of a change in the employment relationship. More »
Provide a Statement of Reasons for TerminationSome employment law attorneys advise employers to state nothing on the termination notice or as little as possible about the reason for termination. More »
Providing References for Former EmployeesIt is important to develop and follow a sound policy for providing references for former employees. More »
Discipline and Termination PoliciesMake clear to all employees that you expect certain work performance standards, that certain personal conduct is required in the workplace and that you will not tolerate other conduct. More »
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