Personnel records are a necessary evil. Many employers struggle to remain compliant and up to date on what should, and should not be included in a personnel file. It is important to file employee documentation properly to ensure only those who “need to know” have access to the information. If your records aren't up to date and the department of labor comes knocking, you may find yourself in legal trouble.
Lauri Dahlberg, PHR, SHRM-CP, Human Resources Consulting Manager, Eide Bailly
Lauri has more than 25 years of experience with human resources, with 12 of those years spent in the high tech world and the remaining years in professional services. Her experience includes performance management, employee performance coaching, training on preventing harassment, orientation and on-boarding programs, policy review and implementation, and personnel file reviews.
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