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RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYERS
Technical Assistance for Employers: Seminars
Would your personnel records stand up to the scrutiny of an audit, wage claim or civil rights complaint?  Do they provide the information you would need to respond to a lawsuit under state or federal employment laws?  Do you know how long you are required to keep employment records like applications, Forms I-9 or payroll records?  Do you know how to safely dispose of medical records, respond to personnel file requests and manage family leave law records?  In this seminar, TA will take on questions like these and many more.  
 
Get the information you need to correctly handle personnel records, make them work for you and confidently implement a recordkeeping retention and disposal policy. 
 
Specific topics will include:
  • The Hiring Process
    • Job Descriptions
    • Applications
    • Reference Checks
    • Credit Checks
    • Criminal Background Checks
    • Non-Competition Agreements
  • New Hire Reporting Requirements
  • Form I-9
  • Handbook and Policy Acknowledgements
  • Personnel Files / Records
  • Medical Files Including Family Leave Records
  • Payroll Records
  • EEO-1 Reporting
  • OSHA Records
  • Retention Periods
 This program has been approved for 6 (general) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.

 
 

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