Personnel Files & Record Retention Audit
Most employers are unsure of which documents should be included in the personnel file, who should have access to which files, and how long the files should be maintained. As technology has advanced, more and more information is being stored online and employers are unsure of what paper documents must be maintained.
Additionally, identity theft has become the country’s number one consumer fraud complaint, and the crime has been elevated to the status of a felony. A prime target for identity theft is employee information that is being maintained by Human Resources and payroll departments.
This audit will help you:
- determine whether sufficient processes are in place to protect employee confidentiality,
- identify potential employer exposure to data breeches, and
- ensure your business is complying with document retention and personnel file laws.
All of our services are protected by attorney-client privilege and are indemnified.