What to Save, What to Shred: HR Recordkeeping Basics for 2013 - on CD
From reference checks, job postings, and resumes to testing data, disciplinary documentation, and medical files to wage & hour records, HR has a lot to keep track of on a day-to-day basis.
As your employees come and go, the stream of both paper and electronic information they present can turn even the most organized office into a filing nightmare. It's time to take back control of your office. But how? What should you keep -- and for how long? What laws come into play regarding your obligations to manage personnel records?
These issues, as well as new identity theft threats and updated technology, impact your recordkeeping practices in a big way. Learn how recent developments are changing the way you should manage your workplace records and how to stay organized and in compliance in the new year.
Watch this interactive webinar, you'll learn:
- HR recordkeeping basics every HR professional and small business owner needs to know to stay in compliance with federal law
- The most common mistakes to avoid with your recordkeeping practices
- How to tell when it’s safe to discard employment paperwork
- Resources newly hired HR professionals can turn to in order to hit the ground running and stay organized
- Employment law recordkeeping highlights and important updates for 2013
- Tips for making your HR practices “green”
- And more!
In just 90 minutes, you'll have a complete understanding of how new laws affect the way you manage your personnel files. Order now!
About your presenter:
Kimberly A. Benjamin, PHR, started Be Blessed Career Consulting Inc. and HR Strategies Plus LLC to be a resource for people who need assistance in career planning, goal setting, and new business development. Ms. Benjamin is also the Executive Director of A Purposed Transition, a non-profit organization designed to assist people in discovering their purpose through career and entrepreneurship exploration. Ms. Benjamin has more than 20 years of human resource experience working for Fortune 500 Companies such as General Motors, Ford Motor Company, ITT Industries, Walmart, Toys-R-Us, University of Michigan, Cornerstone Schools, and the Michigan Primary Care Association. She teaches human resource management and entrepreneurship classes at University of Michigan College of Business, Wayne County Community College, Concordia University, and the Kingdom Business Institute.