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Employment Records and How to Keep Them

This program provides information not just on what records you should keep and for how long, but on the several underlying and even more important issues of record creation, storage, and the DON’TS which create the major liabilities.

OnDemand
Recorded Friday,
April 22nd, 2022
Presented by Bob Gregg
$279.00 or 1 Token

Includes: 30 Days OnDemand Playback, Presenter Materials and Handouts

  • Human Resources
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  • Branch Manager
  • Facilities Manager
  • Human Resources Officer
  • IT Professional
  • Senior Management

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Employment records are extensive and complex, the FFCRA has added new records to keep – without clear guidance. Human Resources, payroll, safety, and auditing professionals have ongoing questions about what employment records are required to be retained, and for how long. However, this is only the start of the issues. The legal requirements and employer liabilities go far beyond these simple issues. Your record keeping procedures are an important consideration when it comes to a dispute with a current or former employee, and whether your documentation will even hold up before a Court, the EEOC, or some other regulatory agency.

This program provides information not just on what records you should keep and for how long, but on the several underlying and even more important issues of record creation, storage, and the DON’TS which create the major liabilities.

Covered Topics

  • What is a “record” – you may be surprised.
  • The new FFCRA records, and where they fit within the laws.
  • Caution about FFCRA records.
  • How do you keep records?
  • Who has access?
  • Why are you in trouble if you only follow the legal time requirements?
  • Should you “archive” all records?
  • What creates “records?”
  • What creates “problem records” you did not even know you had?
  • What records should you NOT create?
  • The penalties for NOT preserving that the laws don’t even mention.

Who Should Attend

Human Resources Managers, Safety & Security & IT personnel, Branch Managers, Executives, Supervisors, IT professionals.


Bob Gregg

Instructor Bio

Bob Gregg, Boardman & Clark Law Firm in Madison, Wisconsin, has been involved in employment relations for more than 30 years. He litigates employment cases, representing employers in employment contracts, discrimination cases, FLSA, FMLA and all other areas of employment law. His main emphasis is helping employers achieve enhanced productivity, creating positive work environments and resolving employment problems before they generate lawsuits. Bob has conducted over 3,000 seminars throughout the United States and authored numerous articles on practical employment issues. Bob is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the National Speakers Association. He is also a National Faculty Member of the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity and served on the Board of Directors for the Department of Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute Foundation.