The Do’s and Don’ts of Records Retention and Destruction-By AtoZ Compliance

March 22nd, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
CE Credits: Approved for [1.5 PDC by SHRM]

If employee engagement programs apply to your business, then we have the right solutions for you in this webinar.

Key Take Away

This session will aid the process of organizing, saving, and destroying company records which can be confusing even for a seasoned professional. Understand;


Employers have lots of information on their employees – for employee engagement and retention– from social security numbers to disciplinary records. It is impossible to keep everything indefinitely as part of employee engagement programs. Destroying documents too soon, however, will inevitably lead to serious consequences. When can you destroy documents safely and legally?

Save too many files, and your company will pay unnecessary storage fees. Accidentally destroy certain information and you could be vulnerable to costly fines with the DOL or unprepared in the event of a lawsuit.

Why Should You Attend

Courts are increasingly issuing significant fines against companies that have destroyed documents that were relevant to the litigation. Sometimes court even enters default judgments in particularly egregious cases. How do you protect your company?

Areas Covered In This Webinar

  • Keys to Solving Record Retention Issues: What’s Required by Law
  • How to determine a record’s retention & storage period

Instructor Susan Fahey Desmond is a principal with Jackson Lewis PC. She has been in employment law for over 30 years.

At AtoZ Compliance, we focus on our core values – quality, expertise, and customer experience which are the foundation of our business. We take extreme care in selecting topics which are highly relevant to you.



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