3 tips for employee files

June 17, 2013 -  By

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Here are three tips for storing employee files:

1. Keep two files for every employee — one with their day-to-day employee records and one with confidential records.
2. Keep confidential records in a locked cabinet.
3. Keep I-9 forms in a separate binder and not in their employee file.

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