Maintaining individual records for each of your employees is a good way to keep track of information concerning the employee’s relationship with your company and, in certain instances, may be required. It is important to consult both federal and state law when building your employee personnel files to be sure that you comply with any applicable requirements as to what information should be collected, what your company may or may not do with that information, and how long records should be kept.
The following categories contain sample forms related to personnel files that are designed to assist you in organizing and maintaining your employee records:
Alerts you to the penalties associated with key federal laws such as COBRA and discrimination.
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Please Note: The sample forms and policies featured in this section may be used for general reference only. All sample forms and policies should be modified to meet your company’s individual needs and applicable laws. Federal and state laws do change and, as a result, the featured forms and policies may not comply with current requirements. We strongly recommend consulting an employment law attorney or HR specialist for assistance with customizing any forms, policies, or the sample employee handbook. Any links that have been provided as an additional source of forms or guidelines are also for general information purposes and cannot be guaranteed for accuracy or compliance with any particular law or requirement.
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