Documentation Requirements for Legal Decision Making
Not all employers keep proper records.
Keeping good records is one of the most important responsibilities of any HR manager and company owner. Unfortunately, many of these individuals fail to keep adequate records and as a result, they are unable to make effective hiring, firing, and other decisions that need proper documentation. Fortunately, this is something that can easily be changed. This white paper reviews some of the essential elements to good recordkeeping.
Associate attorney at Alaniz Law & Associates, PLLC
Author of the Texas Labor Law Blog (https://texaslaborlawblog.com/)
Conducted seminars and workshops at the United Way, AmericanHort, HR Houston and many other groups
Regularly support clients facing investigations concerning wage and hour, discrimination, retaliation, and harassment charges by government agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Labor
J.D. degree, University of Iowa; M.A. degree in curriculum and instruction, B.A. degree in philosophy and political science, Ohio State University
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