Are you consistently documenting work practices?

Federal and State laws are very specific about certain documentation and recordkeeping requirements and the length of time you need to maintain certain records.

Beyond the mandated requirements, a good rule of thumb is:  if an act or activity impacts the employment relationship (which includes any changes in wages, hours, the job – including performance & behavior, promotion, demotion, etc, or working conditions) document it.  If you don’t, you greatly increase your liability without having written documentation and records.



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