Electronic Record Retention: Mistakes HR Professionals Can Avoid
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This webinar explores how and why effective implementation of an electronic records program for HR data and personnel files requires building a strong three-legged stool, consisting of: appropriate use of computer technology; compliance with a wide range of legal rules; and execution of a sound process management regime.
By attending, you will learn how to navigate key regulatory rules, data security concerns, and technology tools and platforms. You will not only glean many practical tips, but also receive links to a wide range of resources that can help you and your colleagues plan and implement new processes.
Derivable Benefits: Effectively Making the Business Case for Going Paperless
Legal Authorities Supporting E-Records
- SearchAbility and SurfAbility
- Reducing Storage Costs
- Quality Control (QC) and Automated Retention/Destruction Rules
- Information Security
- Reducing Storage Costs
- Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) of Data
- Timely and Sound Destruction
- Protecting the Environment
- Federal and State Statutes and Regulations - Examples
- Federal and State Rules of Procedure and Evidence
- ESIGN Act and UETA
- Personnel "Files" - Inspection Rights and Restrictions as to:
- Data Security - Top Ten Tips
- The "Cloud"
- "Netiquette" Do's and Don'ts
About The Presenters
- The Three Ghosts - Addressing Past/Present/Future Information Sets
- Scanning/Dissemination Protocols
- Compliance Policies "Three E's"
- Resources for Learning More
Robert D. Brownstone, Esq.
Sheeva J. Ghassemi-Vanni, Esq.
- Technology and eDiscovery counsel, and Electronic-Information-Management (EIM) Group chair at Fenwick & West LLP, a 300-attorney, Silicon Valley based, national law firm
- Advises clients and colleagues on information security, data privacy, electronic information management, electronic discovery, retention/destruction policies/protocols, and social media rewards and risks
- Nationwide conference chair, speaker and writer on many law and technology issues, including on the www.ITLawToday.com blog
- Teaches electronic discovery law and process at multiple law schools
- Frequently quoted in the press as a source on electronic information issues
- Advisory board member, National Employment Law Institute
- J.D. degree, magna cum laude, Brooklyn Law School; B.A. degree, Swarthmore College
- Senior associate, Employment Practices Group at Fenwick & West LLP
- Advises employers on all stages of employment, including hiring, progressive discipline, and termination; reductions in force; leaves of absence; disability accommodation; wage and hour issues; worker classification; noncompetition and nonsolicitation covenants; social media; and compliance with state and federal employment laws
- Represents employers in litigation regarding discrimination; sexual harassment; wrongful termination; retaliation; wage and hour disputes; and trade secrets
- Advises companies regarding labor and employment issues arising in mergers and acquisitions
- Regularly provides management and employee training on harassment prevention, recruiting and hiring, performance management, and termination
- J.D. degree, Santa Clara University School of Law; B.A. degree, summa cum laude, San Jose State University
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