Document Retention and Destruction: What HR Professionals Must Know
Ensure your records program is consistent with evolving judicial and regulatory expectations.
The United States labor force is increasingly mobile, and employee workplaces/spaces are increasingly remote. In these circumstances, HR faces challenges in continuing its historic role to coordinate, serve, and protect the financial performance and other aspects of an individual’s employment. This information also provides the next step to advancing your records program consistent with evolving judicial and regulatory expectations.
• You will be able to identify HR-related events and incidents in current legal proceedings that may impact your current policy and schedule.
• You will be able to recognize HR-related events and incidents in emerging technologies that may impact your current policy and schedule.
• You will be able to discuss HR-relevant provisions in data management frameworks that regulators increasingly see as necessary to sound information governance.
• You will be able to explain how to prioritize your HR records policy and schedule update cycle to address current HR-related events and incidents.