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Ch 6: California Termination Documents

About This Chapter

Learn about the documents related to the termination of employees in California by reviewing this chapter. Each lesson gives information that can prevent litigation and other negative effects.

California Termination Documents - Chapter Summary

The instructors in this chapter have created lessons that cover various regulations regarding the termination of employees. You will learn the things to avoid so that the dismissal does not lead to employee lawsuits. The documents you must give to an employee at termination are also reviewed, along with the definition and conditions of wrongful termination. The following topics are covered:

  • Employee termination laws
  • Non-compete & non-disclosure documents
  • Invention assignment agreements
  • Wrongful termination

This chapter is a combination of instructional texts and videos created by individuals who are experts in this area. The lessons are accompanied by assessments that you can use to review your knowledge. If you need additional clarification on any of the information covered in this chapter, you can use the ask-an-expert feature. The personal dashboard can be used to track your progress, both completion and scores, as you complete the lessons.

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