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Electronic Record Retention: Mistakes HR Professionals Can Avoid - By AtoZ Compliance

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Key Take Away:

This electronic record retention webinar will take you through what “electronic records” are, what records need to be retained and for how long, provide tips on electronic retention and share common mistakes and how to avoid them.


Federal and State laws govern how long employers must carry out electronic records management. Failure to comply to record retention laws subjects the company to law suits. In addition, individuals may be subject to a penalty of up to $5,000. If records are not available to the EEOC when investigating a discrimination claim, the EEOC can sue the Company.

Why Should You Attend:

First, participants will learn all the types of records that are subject to record retention laws. They will learn what the federal electronic record retention requirements are.

Areas Covered In This Webinar:

Learn to know state regulations
Tips will be presented on how and where to store records
Specific cases will be shared which will further shed light on electronic record retention requirements

Learning Objectives:

What records are subject to retention requirements
How long to store certain records
Where they should be stored
Other requirements on storing records
What are federal requirements
How to learn what their state requirements are

Who Will Benefit:

General Managers
HR Managers
Administrative Assistants
Records Management professionals
Legal team
Senior Management Executives
Compliance officers
Records managers
IT professionals
Risk managers

Speakers Profile:

Tom Palladino
Tom Palladino has held numerous HR leadership positions in companies that included Conoco Phillips, Starbucks Coffee, Wells Fargo, Capital One, First Data and Green Plains Renewable Energy.

His interest in HR Analytics started in 1998 while he was consulting for Starbucks. At that time Starbucks was growing rapidly around the world. Tom was tasked with designing a methodology that would identify employee attributes that correlate with business performance. His HR analytics model was initially applied to new subsidiaries in Asia and Europe enabling the company to inculcate select Starbucks values to create a “performance-driven brew”. Later, Tom’s protocol was successfully applied throughout the United States.

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