Retain or Destroy? Record Retention Compliance and Audit Defense in the HR World
Does your company have an effective record retention policy?
Is it one that would stand up to scrutiny if DOL, DHS, ICE or OSHA appears at your door with a complaint or a demand for audit?
Your company could be at risk for adverse consequences if you are storing records for too long or not long enough or in the wrong way.
Join attorneys Rick Grimaldi and Lori Armstrong Halber, partners with workplace law firm Fisher Phillips, to hear real life examples of what happens when you’re found at fault during an audit and what you can do to prevent the negative effects that poor record retention policies can cause.
Attendees will learn best practices for record retention policies and understand how to ensure that your company’s retention systems are facilitating operations, complying with legal requirements and avoiding adverse consequences during litigation and investigations.
This session will specifically cover:
How to draft a record retention policy
How to identify which documents you need to retain and for how long
How to recognize circumstances that impose special document preservation obligations
How to conduct a self-audit and ensure compliance with your policy
What to do if you become the subject of an audit by a government agency