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Advanced Record Keeping Workshop for Employers

Finally, the very latest techniques and strategies for
tackling the paperwork monster...

Oklahoma Employers: Don't miss this chance to cover ALL your legal bases for retrieving, keeping, and destroying personnel records.

Recordkeeping Essentials Master Class: October 2 - Oklahoma City
Following the complimentary McAfee & Taft Labor & Employment and Employee Benefits Seminar, you can attend the Recordkeeping Essentials Master Class, the policy and procedure update just for Oklahoma Employers. Coming Friday, October 2, to Oklahoma City, 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

How long should you keep your old resumes, job applications, performance reviews, immigration records, and other printed and electronic personnel files? What are the documentation requirements when conducting a workplace investigation? What are the latest developments and regulations for managing electronic data? Learn the answers to these questions and what records you MUST keep and what documentation you can safely throw away when you attend Recordkeeping Essentials for HR.

Past State-Specific Employment Record Workshops:

Below is a list of recently held Employment Record workshops.
Please bookmark this page to check back on updates to the list.

Arizona: Phoenix— June 2008
Colorado: Denver — June 2008
Illinois: Chicago— June 2008
Indiana: Indianapolis— December 2008
Kentucky: Louisville— November 2008
Massachusetts: Boston— June 2008
Michigan: Detroit— October 2008
Mississippi: Jackson— November 2008
Nevada: Las Vegas— October 2008
Ohio: Columbus— October 2008
Virginia: Richmond— December 2008


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