Why this is important now: An effective record retention policy must address the acquisition, use, retention, and deletion of all E-records. And that policy applies 24/7/365, regardless of whether the employee is working from home, at the office or elsewhere.
Don't leave the handling of your electronic HR documents and business records to chance. Compliance with the law and regulatory rules is mandatory. And thanks to stay-at-home orders, smartphones and social media, organizations face growing pressure to preserve and protect email, personnel records and other ESI.
Join us on June 25 to learn the critical new rules on e-document collection, storage, retention and disposal. Get in compliance today!
Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director
The HR Weekly
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