Onboarding New Hires – Part 1

In this two-part series, MNK Law explains the purpose of the onboarding process for new hires and how to ensure that they feel welcomed and a part of your company from day one.

This video will cover the basics of welcoming a new hire as well as the legally mandated notices that must be given to them during their onboarding process. These notices differ from state to state, but include the following in California:

  • New Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage Options Form (OMB No. 1210-0149)
  • Labor Code Section 2810.5 Notice to Employee
  • Time of Hire Pamphlet (Workers’ Compensation)
  • W-4 Federal Tax Withholding Form
  • California Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate (DE4)
  • Lactation Accommodation Policy
  • Paid Family Leave Pamphlet (DE 2511)
  • Disability Insurance Provisions Pamphlet (DE 2515)
  • Rights of Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, etc. Form
  • Sexual Harassment Factsheet (DFEH-185-ENG / April 2020)
  • Discrimination Is Against the Law Brochure (DFEH-AO1B-ENG)
  • Pregnancy Disability Leave Notice
  • Coming Soon: Expanded Family & Medical Leave in California Pamphlet (DFEH)
  • Notice at Collection (if the business generates over $25 million in revenue per year)
  • A Copy of Benefits Policies (e.g., health, dental, vision, 401(k))

DISCLAIMER: The material is provided for informational purposes only. It is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor does it create a client-lawyer relationship between MNK Law and any recipient. Recipients should consult with counsel before taking any actions based on the information contained within this material.

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