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Paperless HR Recordkeeping: How to Navigate Document Security Risks, Storage, and Destruction in the Cloud - On-Demand

Paperless HR Recordkeeping: How to Navigate Document Security Risks, Storage, and Destruction in the Cloud - On-Demand

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Paperless HR Recordkeeping: How to Navigate Document Security Risks, Storage, and Destruction in the Cloud - On-Demand

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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Attend our in-depth on-demand webinar and find out more about how to legally handle document security risks, storage and destruction of personnel records in the cloud.



Storing HR records electronically seems to be a no-brainer for employers: it saves on space, provides easy access, and there’s less paper and ink waste. However, there are definite challenges with electronic storage and/or moving all your records to the cloud. Employee records must be properly collected, stored, and accessible when needed.

Employers must follow the U.S. Department of Labor guidelines for electronic storage and/or moving all your records to the cloud. Employment records must be properly collected, stored, and accessible when needed. Employers must follow the U.S. Department of Labor guidelines for electronic storage of documents governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

The security issues involved in storing important documents in the cloud may cause anxiety, especially when every day there are news stories involving breaches and hacking of electronic data. Plus, will there be easy access for HR when needed, and how will these files be protected?

If you’re using the cloud, how do you know when and if to destroy employee records? Knowing the laws that govern those actions is essential, but also knowing how to access or successfully delete or destroy cloud-based documents is just as essential. If you are planning to move your HR recordkeeping to the cloud, you need a vendor with a good reputation as far as security, backups, and providing service to clients.

Attend our in-depth on-demand webinar and find out more about how to legally handle document security risks, storage and destruction of personnel records in the cloud.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Decide on the best plan for paperless HR recordkeeping
  • Understand the laws that govern recordkeeping for employees – properly collect and store records and
  • delete them when that’s required
  • Understand the logistical challenges to going paperless, and how to follow best practices when doing so
  • When you have a legal duty to preserve records

About Your Presenter

Patrice Nagle

Patrice C. Nagle
Associate
Fisher Phillips (San Diego)

Patrice Nagle is an associate in the firm’s San Diego office.  Patrice represents and counsels employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including employment discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, retaliation, and wage-hour class action lawsuits, as well as employment handbook and personnel policy preparation, and general preventive advice including hiring, discipline, and termination.  Patrice has experience litigating matters in state and federal courts, state administrative tribunals, and in arbitration.

Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, Patrice was an associate at a San Diego based law firm focusing on the representation of public school districts and private educational institutions.  While attending law school, Patrice was Mock Trial-Vice President of the University of Miami School of Law’s Moot Court Board, an Honor Council Member, and inducted into the University of Miami School of Law’s Bar and Gavel Honor Society.  Patrice also worked as an Extern for the Honorable Thomas J. Whelan of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, and interned at the University of Miami School of Law’s Children and Youth Law Clinic.

Before entering the practice of law, Patrice earned her Master of Education degree and worked as a teacher and administrator at private boarding schools in Switzerland and Massachusetts.