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HR Record Keeping, HR Records Management, HR Record Retention

Are You In Compliance With State & Federal Requirements For HR RecordKeeping, Record Retention, And Records Management Training?

Records management training may be considered mundane, but because many federal and state authorities have employment laws and regulations about records management training and record retention, including specific HR record keeping requirements and document retention periods for both paper and electronic records, you definitely must know the HR record retention rules.

And because they are laws, you need to be absolutely confident that all of your employee records, personnel files, and documents - from pre-hire through termination - are legally prepared to defend you.

So ask yourself, whether it is an OFCCP audit, an EEOC investigation, a DOL probe, or an OSHA inspection: Do you know your record retention guidelines, and are you sure you are in compliance?

Typical HR Recordkeeping, Record Retention, And Records Management Training QuestionsLearn the answers to your critical HR record keeping requirements and document retention questions about retaining and disposing of personnel records with our HR Recordkeeping & Document Retention training for both paper and electronic records management training.

For How Long Should I Keep Employee Personnel Files?

electronic recordkeeping requirementsThe Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says employers should keep all employment records for at least one year from the employee's date of termination. The federal age-bias law requires that you retain payroll records for three years.

For How Long Should I Keep Employee Medical Records

Keep Medical (including FMLA, ADA, and Workers' Comp) records for up to three years.

For How Long Should I Keep I-9 forms?

Employers should retain original I-9 forms for three years after the date of hire, or one year after the date employment ends, whichever is later.

Do Medical, I-9, Or Other Forms Need To Be Kept Separate From Personnel Files?

Medical and I-9 forms should be kept separately from personnel files. For instance, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) retention requirements: "I-9 forms should be retained for three years after the date of hire, or one year after the date employment ends, whichever is later".

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