Event

"2012 Recordkeeping Master Class for Georgia Employers: Employment Records Retention, Retrieval, and Destruction" Presented by HR Hero - Atlanta, GA

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Date   Apr 3, 2012
Time   7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Are your HR records management practices up-to-date? Ready for some file cabinet and database spring-cleaning but unsure of what to save -- and what to shred?
 
Consider these recent court cases:

  • A Decatur, Illinois, restauranteur was ordered to pay $250,000 in a settlement after a Department of Labor investigation found various violations in overtime laws, minimum wage, and record-keeping practices.
  • A Texas chain of four gas stations paid their six hourly employees $30,000 in a settlement for record-keeping and overtime violations.
  • A New Jersey convenience store paid $340,400 in back wages and damages for violations of overtime and record-keeping.

Proper employee records management is one of HR's most important tasks. From the moment you begin the process of filling an open position to well after the employee's last day, you'll generate a mountain of documents.  And a mountain of questions about managing it.
 
Now there's help: Invest just one day at this event especially for HR professionals and employers who want to make sure organizational records management practices comply with the latest laws, regulations, and standards.  You'll enhance your professional skill set while helping to protect your workplace from costly recordkeeping missteps. Master Classes also qualify for continuing education credits.

You'll learn:

  • Which documents you should keep, which documents you should toss, and why it matters
  • What you must know about workplace investigations
  • Who owns employees' personnel records
  • How to handle special document challenges
  • How to Store the Information: Special Challenges Relating to Electronic Data
  • Recordkeeping time requirements
  • Proper methods of disposal
  • As an added bonus, there will be Recordkeeping Roundtable where you can discuss challenges and solutions for your toughest recordkeeping issues

Conference Details
Continental breakfast and registration begin at 7:30 a.m. The program begins at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 4:30 p.m. There will be morning and afternoon breaks and registrants will be on their own for lunch.

Master recordkeeping basics in just one day by participating in this all-new program created just for Georgia employers and HR management.

SEMINAR FEE: $397 for 1st Attendee ($297 per additional attendee)

CREDIT INFORMATION: This program has been approved for 5.75 recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at  www.hrci.org.