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Get the 411 on employee record retention guidelines.
Employers have access to an incredible amount of information about their employees: dates of birth, Social Security Numbers, bank account information, background/criminal history reports, tax forms, medical records, employment histories, performance reviews, compensation histories and much, much more.
What’s more, all of that information has to be properly and securely housed somewhere within the organization. It’s easy to see how, with the sheer volume of paperwork that goes into an employee record, things can get out of hand quickly.