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This is an example of an employment application. This document is useful in conducting an employment application.
A Training Needs Analysis template for a company or department to assess its training requirements and improve its training program.
A Job Description for the Head of Design at a company, useful for advertising to and selecting from potential job candidates in the field of design
This is an example of an employee performance review that can be used as reference or to study how to create your own employee review form. There are separate sections for rating various elements of an employee???s overall job performance, from problem solving and managerial abilities, to interpersonal relations and job related skills.
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This is an example of event planner contract. This document is useful for creating event planner contract.
A softwware development agreement you can use for your business
This is a Pay Slip template. This form can be download onto Microsoft Word and edited.
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