K for Keeping RecordsPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 13 June 2011
Aisling Butler writes:
All organisations accumulate enormous amounts of information either in paper or electronic form. This information may relate to decisions the organisation has made, general employee or customer information. What is sometimes not realised is the numerous obligations that employers are faced with in relation to record keeping and the implications of failing to adequately manage, retain or process this information.
2. Some Key Principles
In order to guarantee that employee information is kept in the appropriate manner, employers must ensure that the information is obtained and processed fairly, and is accurate, complete and up-to-date. Employee records should
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