New document for inspectors: InterNACHI’s Employee Handbook Template

As a home inspector, do you have employees?  Whether they’re administrative staff or additional inspectors, be sure you’re in compliance with state and federal employment laws by downloading InterNACHI’s Employee Handbook Template.  InterNACHI® General Counsel Mark Cohen has eliminated the guesswork for you by including provisions that cover employment terms, salary, paid time off, workplace accommodations, employee grievances, and more.  Customize it for your own company’s needs, and have your own legal advisor review it so that it’s a sound document that you and your employees can rely on:  InterNACHI’s Employee Handbook Template.

New article for inspectors: InterNACHI’s Drone Law Primer for Home Inspectors

Many home inspectors are finding it increasingly valuable to use a drone, or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), to assist them in their inspections.  Not only is it safer in many respects, but it can make the inspection go faster.  It can also appeal to inspectors and clients alike who appreciate a more state-of-the-art approach to their inspection.  Lest you hesitate taking the leap because of the rapidly evolving regulations governing drone use, InterNACHI® General Counsel Mark Cohen has put together the ultimate legal guide for home inspectors who are interested in integrating drones in their home inspection arsenal:  Drone Law Primer for Home Inspectors.

InterNACHI’s Standalone WDO Agreement for Inspectors

Whether you’ve been certified to perform Wood-Destroying Organism Inspections yourself or you use a subcontractor to conduct the inspections for you, InterNACHI® has you covered with our new Standalone WDO Agreements.