4 Essential New Hire Forms You Must Know

| July 3, 2019

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The hiring process is always joyous. It results in an excited applicant and an additional employee to help your company reach its goals. Plus, the human resources department earns props for a job well done planning the employee’s first month. For the hiring to be official, however, several important documents need to be completed and stored for safekeeping.

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