The Ultimate Directory of Free HR Templates & HR Forms

From time sheets to disciplinary action forms, this extensive list of templates has everything you need to help your HR department stay on track.

Posted by Adil Munim in on August 1st, 2017

HR departments are responsible for a variety of complex processes including recruitment, training, employee discipline and termination. It can quickly become difficult to stay on top of tracking and recording progress for these tasks without the help of templates.

The Benefit of HR Templates

This directory of 155 free HR templates offers a wide range of fillable forms and document samples to help you streamline your HR processes. Whether you need to record employee complaints or develop a new workplace policy, these templates have been created to make your job easier. Many of them are fully customizable and provide the initial framework to help you begin tracking your HR activities.

Follow the links below to download your free templates.

Note: It’s a good idea to consult an employment lawyer to ensure that the documents you plan to use comply with applicable labor laws.  

 


Recruitment

Hiring and retaining employees is a key priority for a Human Resources professional. There is a lot of pressure to develop and implement recruiting plans and strategies, attract potential job suitors, review applications, efficiently interview candidates and onboard staff.

Without the right forms and templates, this can be in an impossible task. Check out the wide range of downloadable and editable recruitment forms below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Payroll and Scheduling

The Human Resources division of a company often takes on scheduling and payroll duties. For companies with part-time or seasonal staff, HR will coordinate scheduling, vacation time and personal days.

Their work also includes processing pay checks, keeping track of and handing out pay stubs, and also keeping track of expenses.

The more employees you have, the more crazy and hectic processing compensation can be. Be prepared with all the right HR forms and templates.

 

 

 

 

 


Employee Relations

Managing employee and labor relations is one of the biggest responsibilities for a Human Resources professional.

HR’s role is to resolve employee disputes. This includes reviewing incident claims from staff, overseeing support for victims, conducting workplace investigations, writing out and distributing warning letters, enforcing disciplinary action (if necessary), and carrying out grievances procedures.

In the event of an incident, the last thing you want to do is to face employee misconduct unprepared.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Training & Development

Adequate training and development significantly improves company performance, employee retention and a person’s entire professional life.

By providing the right training and goal plans, performance review sheets and evaluation forms, the HR department can completely transform the success of a company and the morale of it’s employees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Workplace Safety & Policies

The Human Resources department is often responsible for coordinating and enforcing workplace policies and other safeties. Without the proper policy in place, employees are left to assume what constitutes right and wrong and, in some cases, this will lead to trouble.

Drafting a policy can be a tedious task and you need to make sure you check all the right boxes. Never forget an important section again with consent forms and policy templates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Adil Munim
Adil Munim

Marketing Writer

Adil is the marketing writer at i-Sight. He writes on topics that range from fraud, corporate security and workplace investigations to corporate culture, ethics and compliance.