Maintaining employment records in an electronic format provides employers with the convenience of eliminating the need to provide physical storage space and is cost-effective. While the storage of electronic personnel files is legal, employers must be aware of key legislation governing the electronic recordkeeping of HR Records.  


  • How to set up an electronic filing system for your HR Records
  • Key HR Record Retention Guidelines
  • General requirements for electronic storage systems of employee files.
  • Best practices for creating an electronic retention policy.
  • Why the proper storage of emails and voicemails is critical.
  • How to ensure a smooth transition of your company’s personnel documents into a secure organized system.

Why You Should Attend:

Human Resources is tasked with the process of maintaining critical employee personnel records and company documents. Electronic recordkeeping of checks and balances is required to keep this data secure and to maintain compliance with government regulations. Missteps can be costly and can have legal repercussions.

Who Should Attend:

  • HR Professionals
  • HR Executives
  • CEO’s
  • HR Business Partners
  • HR Directors
  • HR Generalists

Note: You will get access to the Recording link and E-Transcript; in your account and at your registered email address.

Racquel Harris is The Chief Strategy Officer at R. L. Harris & Associates, LLC. Racquel has 25 years of Executive level experience in Human Resources and earned two certifications in Human Resources and certification in Risk Management. Racquel is a graduate of Indiana University where she received a BA in Organizational Communication.

Course Information

  • July 17, 2024
  • Available All Day
  • 60 Minutes
  • Racquel Harris