It is essential for businesses to have correct and complete personell files for all its employees. Good record keeping for new employees starts before an employee is even hired.
Not having complete and accurate records opens the employer up to the possibility of fines, penalties, lawsuits and even possibly felony charges.
Our New Hire Forms Checklist provides:
- A guide for organizing your employee records.
- A comprehensive check list of what forms should be included and what documents are required by law.
- It identifies how those forms should be separated and where they should be located.
Eliminate problems before they start by knowing what forms and records are required and where to keep and maintain employee records.