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Personnel Records: What to Keep, What to Toss

Which of those innocent-looking papers on your desk are "just clutter"... and which could get you sued?

If you keep everything, you'll soon be buried under a mountain of paper. Plus, you could be on the hook for not complying with the Federal Trade Commission's "disposal rule." If you keep nothing, you're virtually guaranteeing that you'll lose every legal battle.

In the event of a lawsuit, the right document can support your case and bring the costly legal process to a swift and satisfying conclusion. But you have to have the right system. Separate the must-haves from the must-throws with Personnel Records: What to Keep, What to Toss.

Now you can free up storage, save precious office "real estate" and throw out 13 categories of personnel records cluttering up your files. Personnel Records: What to Keep, What to Toss shows you how to do it efficiently, effectively and without violating any of the wildly different retention regulations.

You'll easily see:

  • How long to retain job applications, résumés, job descriptions, disciplinary letters, attendance records, leave requests, medical-related data, employment agreements, payroll records, salary information, benefits information and more
  • Electronic storage requirements and how they differ from paper storage
  • Which documents you should maintain in separate files
  • How to handle medical records, and who should – and should not – have access to those files
  • Legally smart documentation for performance reviews, investigations and discipline
  • What to do when an employee (or lawyer) asks to review his or her personnel file
  • Best practices for safely destroying records

For each type of personnel record, you'll know – in plain English – the minimum retention period under federal law. When it's up, they're out! Simple as that.

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