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HR Manager's Guide to Employment Files and Information Management: Legislation and Best Practices
By: Howard A. Levitt, BA, LLB, Tanya Neitzert, BA, CHRP
A Canadian HR Reporter: Special Report

HR Manager's Guide to Employment Files and Information Management: Legislation and Best Practices is a unique book written for HR practitioners and others who deal with employee information of all kinds, including employee files – either electronically or in paper format – and other records, including emails, spreadsheets, and other documentation. It deals with legal and best practice requirements relating to the management of all types of employee information throughout the employment lifecycle from recruitment through to termination. The book includes information on all Canadian jurisdictions. While it is not just about privacy, records retention or human resources information systems (HRIS), it does cover aspects of all three areas.

Disgruntled former employee shot, killed cameraman and reporter on live TV in Virginia [ Transcript ]
Social media can’t be ignored but it can have a positive role for employers if approached effectively
Date: Sep 16, 2015
Time: 12 - 1 pm ET
Cost: 69.00

Medical marijuana may make some squeamish, but it's going mainstream
David Peterson accusation highlights the fact employers cannot ignore any allegations of sexual harassment
A look at less common benefits may offer a glimpse of the future
Ashley Madison hack shows potential for employers to get drawn into ugly situations
If agility is the ability to adjust on the fly, how good can succession practices be with the ground constantly moving?
Unlike in Canada, paid maternity leave in the U.S. is a rarity