2016 HR Recordkeeping Rules: Compliance Best Practices For What To Keep And What To Toss
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You collect a massive amount of employee information in both paper and digital formats. But what do you need to keep, and for how long? And how can you ensure that records remain confidential, especially in this era of sharing online and via smartphones and tablets?
It’s your job to know what can be shared, what must not be shared, and how all information should be properly protected. Even with old-school hard copy records, it’s vital to know the rules on what must be kept — and for how long — and what can be shredded.
Join us for an in-depth webinar for the latest on HR recordkeeping do’s and don’ts, when you’ll learn the legal and practical aspects of hard-copy and electronic records management. You’ll learn what you should and shouldn’t keep, and for how long, as well as your legal obligations if federal or state agencies come knocking.
About Your Presenter
- The employment documents and records you must keep on file—and for how long
- What to do when state requirements for records retention differ from the federal rules
- Why keeping everything is almost as dangerous as keeping nothing
- What constitutes e-records—including examples of digital data such as computer log-on/off times, Outlook calendars, notes and to-do lists, emails, and more
- How to determine if your existing document creation, storage, retention, and destruction policies are up-to-date and legally sound
- When and how to shred hard copies or destroy electronic documents—such as for terminated employees
- When your legal duty to preserve records is triggered
Usama Kahf, Esq.
Fisher & Phillips, LLP
Usama Kahf is an associate at Fisher & Phillips in the Irvine, California office, where he is a member of the firm’s Electronic Discovery Committee. He represents and counsels employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including wage and hour, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and trade secrets. Mr. Kahf also regularly advises clients on workplace investigations and employee classification issues, as well as on document retention and preservation obligations under state and federal law.
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