Electronic Record-Keeping: Preserving, Protecting, Producing & Destroying Digital Files

recording Electronic Record-Keeping: Preserving, Protecting, Producing & Destroying Digital Files

You Will Learn:

  • How to avoid the most common mistakes HR managers make with digital records
  • Tips for managing your electronic retention program
  • Methods to recognize and minimize security risks
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$269.00
 

What, Where, How Long?

New federal and state regulations carry strict rules on electronic records – and hefty penalties for non-compliance.

In fact, one mistake can result in painful audits and seven-figure fines. Could your organization survive a multi-million-dollar penalty for electronic record mismanagement?

Today, more than 70 percent of company records are stored electronically, and those e-records can be your best legal friend … or your worst enemy.

Are you 100% confident that your organization is retaining email, text messages, personnel info and other electronic records in full compliance with the law?

Learning Objectives

During this information-packed webinar you will learn the unique risks surrounding electronic records management and practical considerations for preserving … protecting … producing … and destroying electronic files, including:

  • How to avoid the most common mistakes HR managers make with digital records,
  • Tips for managing your electronic retention program, and
  • Methods to recognize and minimize security risks.

Plus, our expert faculty will guide you through:

  • Federal laws that apply to electronic records and how to assure you’re compliant
  • Confidentiality and other privacy related issues
  • Rules for safeguarding and destruction of employee records
  • Current cases involving electronic records that may affect your records management process

Product ID: 14361

Bonus Material

Plus, you get the top-selling guide, Record Retention Compliance & Best Practices – a $347 value – absolutely FREE!

This comprehensive, 55 page guide gives you all the guidance and support materials you and your managers need to ensure record retention compliance including:

  • Benefits of a Quality Records Retention Program
  • What Is an Effective Records Program?
  • Records Retention is a Company-Wide Project
  • Creating a Successful Program
  • Policy
  • Procedures
  • Litigation Holds
  • Implementation Of Your Retention Policy
  • You Can Retain Too Much
  • Going Paperless
  • Medical Records

This essential guide also includes finger-tip access to 25 extra pages of sample materials and relevant policy information, including:

  1. Suggested Retention Guidelines
  2. The FLSA Fact Sheet
  3. The FMLA Forms
  4. Sample Record Retention and Destruction Policy
  5. Record Retention Policy Checklist

So, don’t delay! Ensure compliance TODAY and get Record Retention Compliance & Best Practices absolutely FREE! You save $347.00!

Get in Compliance Today! Learn the Critical New Rules on E-Document Collection, Storage, Retention & Disposal!

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Faculty

Gregory Grisham
Gregory Grisham
Partner, FordHarrison

Greg Grisham has over 25 years of successful experience counseling and representing employers in all aspects of workplace law in Tennessee and across the United States.

He has helped employers avoid claims, charges and lawsuits with a focus on preventative practices. Preventative practices include counseling in situations involving discipline, termination, demotion, promotion and other workplace changes in the terms and conditions of employment, harassment investigations, wage and hour compliance, FMLA Compliance, Reasonable Accommodation assessment, supervisor training and the review of employment policies and procedures. In addition, Greg's practice includes the representation of business entities subject to Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act in Public Accommodation cases.

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