HR Records that Can Save Businesses in Court – Biz Coach
Failure to effectively maintain five types of HR documents typically land businesses in legal trouble, says Biz Coach Terry Corbell, who offers solutions.
By: The Biz Coach
"Managers using best practices in compliance, who are aware of the latest trends and avoid common errors, fare the best against civil litigation, criminal allegations and other matters," he says.
The Biz Coach identifies the five types of documents.
He also explains how to minimize the legal risks in the following types of documents:
• Equal Employment Opportunity records
• Employee files
• Medical information
• Payroll information
• I-9 documents
The Biz Coach says companies must establish a documented culture of safety to avert issues. That's because countless personal injuries are a magnet for employee lawsuits involving worker's compensation insurance.
To learn all about his five recommendations, see "Precautions for HR Documents to Avoid Losing a Legal Case" (https://bizcoachinfo.com/
About Biz Coach Terry Corbell
With proven solutions for maximum profits, Terry Corbell is a business-performance consultant. He is a profit professional with more than 30 years experience — has been a full-service, confidential business-performance consultant since 1992.
His clients have ranged from high-tech to professional service firms, and for the public sector.
At The Biz Coach (https://bizcoachinfo.com), his 1,100 business-coaching articles include these topic categories: Marketing/Sales, Human Resources, Operations, Planning, Finance, Tech, Career Tips, Leadership, Public Policy and Wall Street.
As a business resource, the site also provides breaking-business video reports on events and trends from The Wall Street Journal, CNBC and other world-class news sources.