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Paper and Digital HR Records Management Update for California Employers: What You Must Keep-For How Long-What to Toss and How

Paper & Digital HR Records Management Update for California Employers: What You Must Keep-For How Long-What to Toss & How

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Paper and Digital HR Records Management Update for California Employers: What You Must Keep-For How Long-What to Toss and How

Live Webinar: Thursday, November 30, 2017

10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how your California HR recordkeeping requirements may change in 2018 and best practices for maintaining and destroying paper and e-records in accordance with state and federal law.



If you’re in HR, there’s no two ways about it: You’re in the employee records business.

As you know, it’s an ongoing battle to figure out what to keep, what to toss, what can be scanned, and how to properly secure private information. Records must be retained and readily available in the event of an audit or lawsuit, but keeping records for too long poses its own set of legal problems.

Don’t head for the shredder and cross your fingers. Instead, join us on November 30 for an informative session specifically for California employers on proper HR recordkeeping practices.

You’ll learn:

  • Which documents and records you must continue to keep on file, and for how long, under federal and California law
  • How to tell which rule applies—state or federal—for determining how long you must keep a record
  • Why keeping everything is almost as dangerous as keeping nothing
  • How HR records can be used as a sword, or a shield, in lawsuits against your company
  • How to determine if your existing document creation, storage, retention, and destruction policies are up-to-date according to California law
  • When and how to shred hard copies or destroy electronic documents—such as for terminated employees
  • What exactly constitutes an e-record, including examples of digital data such as computer log-on/off times, Outlook calendars, notes and to-do lists, emails, and more
  • When your legal duty to preserve records is triggered
  • What records you should keep even though you are not required to
  • And much more!

About Your Presenter:

Sean Kingston, Esq. Sean Kingston, Esq.
Associate
Fisher Phillips LLP

Sean Kingston is an associate in the Irvine office of Fisher Phillips LLP. He has extensive experience advising and counseling employers in many areas of labor and employment law, including wrongful termination, discrimination/harassment, wage and hour, classification, data privacy and cybersecurity, and workplace violence prevention. Mr. Kingston has successfully represented employers in single-plaintiff and class matters in DLSE Labor Commission, California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, and in state and federal court. Such representation has included mediation, arbitration, agency hearings, and trial.

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