Record keeping is a requirement for all Employers. Organisations amass huge amounts of information in both paper and electronic form. In compliance with Employment Legislation, and in order to demonstrate that Employees are receiving their proper entitlements, an Employer is obliged to maintain certain statutory records, which can be inspected as part of a Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) Inspection.
It is also important that Organisations are aware that all information held by them in relation to an Employee must be stored, processed and maintained appropriately. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) does not specify retention periods for personal data - it states that personal data may only be kept in a form that permits identification of the individual for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it was processed.
This Complimentary checklist provides practical guidance to Organisations about:
The statutory record keeping and retention requirements for Employers, under the key pieces of Employment Legislation
Key considerations for Organisations when Deciding on Retention Periods, including requirements under GDPR Please complete the form below for your free checklist on “HR Record Keeping and Retention Requirements"
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