Employment Forms

Employment Forms
Employment Forms

Let potential employees know that your business means business with a well designed and professionally printed employment application. Well-produced job applications and other employment-related forms will make a strong first impression and help prospective employees see how committed you are to the hiring process.

  • Make a bold first impression by using high-quality 80 lb. matte paper.
  • Consider pairing employment forms with printed pocket folders in convenient employment package that also includes benefit information and any necessary legal forms.
  • Need multiple records for your office? Consider carbonless employment forms.

Employment Forms


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  2. Carbonless Duplicates

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    If you'd like carbonless employment forms, choose the number of duplicates to include. Carbonless paper is available in two, three, four, and five-part configurations. Please note that selecting duplicate forms will limit your paper and size options above.

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  3. Color Options

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    Your employment forms can be printed in a variety of color combinations. For example, if you want a folded form, with full-color graphics on the outside, you might choose full-color front (the outside of the form) and two-color or one-color back (the inside of the form).

    Two-color printing, as its name implies, uses two ink colors. One is typically black, but it doesn't have to be. One-color printing uses just a single color of ink. Again, black is most common, but you can choose a different color if you prefer.

    Full-color printing provides the maximum impact and visual appeal. However, many forms don't require a full-color treatment, and a well-conceived two-color or even one-color design can prove an acceptable alternative.

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    Front: Full-Color
    Back: Full-Color
  4. Paper Choices

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    20 lb. bond is a common paper choice for simple office forms. It is often used for printer and copier paper, too.

    60 lb. offset is a heavier paper stock, which is stronger than 20 lb. bond yet still cost-effective.

    70 lb. matte text is a common, cost-effective paper stock.

    80 lb. matte text provides an excellent and economical surface for text but is not ideal for reproducing graphics and high-quality images.

    20 lb. carbonless is the standard paper of choice for duplicate business forms.

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  5. Hole Drilling

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    Drilling is the printing term for punching holes along the spine edge of a printed item. Three-hole drilling allows your employment forms to be conveniently stored in a standard three-ring binder. Two, four, and five-hole drilling are also available.

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  6. Turnaround Times

    Note: Shipping and delivery are not included in these turnaround times.
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