|September 30th - Tips for Organizing Personnel Files – Reward: Limiting Risk!|
|Written by Administrator|
|Friday, September 30 2011 08:13|
Did you know it’s important to keep certain personnel records separate? Well it happens to be very important. Quite simply, you should have at least 2 separate personnel files for each employee.
Why should we have separate files for each employee?
There are both federal and state laws that require employers to administer and maintain multiple types of personnel records. Due to record sensitivity and subject matter, certain personnel records must be kept separate from the main personnel file. The primary file should house all records directly relating to the employees position with your company. Any non-job related records must be kept separate.
PRIMARY Personnel File (#1) - employees' personnel related records:
SECONDARY Personnel File (#2) - confidential, sensitive records:
Keep your employee personnel files separate to protect your company and your employees. Failure to keep certain records separate could lead to large fines should your company ever be audited.
|Last Updated on Friday, September 30 2011 08:30|
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