Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager's Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping

 

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Have you considered the implications of your recordkeeping practices?

It's usually up to HR to meet state and federal recordkeeping requirements. But managers need to have good knowledge of the requirements, too, since they are responsible for a great deal of what goes into them.

Fortunately, there's a resource you can use to help you be sure your paper trail and practices won't land you in court.

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Dear Manager:

Records required by Title VII must be retained for one year from the date a record is made or an employment action is taken, whichever is later. And records required under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act must be kept for three years. And that just scratches the surface. There are so many things you need to know about how your records are kept, how long to keep them, and what to say in them.

Do you ever wonder if the one thing you don’t know is the one thing that will trip you up and land you in court facing a disgruntled employee – and a judge?

Find out what else you need to know about recordkeeping in Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager’s Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping.
If, as a manager, you fail to follow procedures or fill out documents completely and correctly, you could suffer staggering consequences in court.
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Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager’s Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping is full of real-life examples, practical advice and suggestions to help you stay in compliance when it comes to the myriad laws regarding your records, how you create them, and how you store them. This Guide Booklet is a quick read, but it’s full of information to help you be both fair and legal, 100% of the time. It even includes a brief true-or-false test to keep you on the right path.

Order your copy of Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager’s Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping and find out:
  • Lawsuit-Free DocumentationHow to ensure you keep the right evidence on a termination decision so that you can stay out of the courtroom
  • Which words or phrases automatically turn documentation into evidence of age discrimination
  • How circulating a disciplinary report among managers who don’t have a legitimate “need to know” can create a claim of defamation
  • Why you should make informal documentation a part of your daily routine
  • The best ways to record performance appraisals, job interviews, disciplinary documents, FMLA leave, and terminations
If, as a manager, you fail to follow procedures or fill out documents completely and correctly, you could suffer staggering consequences in court.
checkbox I'm looking forward to knowing more about how to keep my records in compliance – and staying out of court. Send me my copy of Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager's Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping now!
Yes! I want to know my recordkeeping is fair and in compliance.
We respect your privacy.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Legally Safe Documentation For Managers
The Paper Trail
Documentation Quiz
Three Cardinal Rules
Informal Documentation
Start at the Start
Employee Protection
Recording the Job Interview
Written Job Descriptions
Performance Appraisal
Appraisal Forms
Promotion Records
Building Your Case
Discipline Problems
Final Warning
Termination Language
Workforce Reductions
Documentation and Unemployment Insurance
Recordkeeping Requirements
FMLA Records


With this exclusive Guide Booklet, you’ll be able to review relevant legal cases and judge your own recordkeeping practices against actual decisions that have been handed down by the court. And now this Guide is available to you at a special low rate – just $10.

Don’t let the low price fool you: This handy booklet is packed with information that could avert a lawsuit and keep you in compliance. Order your copy of Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager’s Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping today – and sleep better tonight!
Lawsuit-Free Documentation

Sincerely,



Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director
If, as a manager, you fail to follow procedures or fill out documents completely and correctly, you could suffer staggering consequences in court.
checkbox I'm looking forward to knowing more about how to keep my records in compliance – and staying out of court. Send me my copy of Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager's Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping now!
Yes! I want to know my recordkeeping is fair and in compliance.
We respect your privacy. 
P.S. Remember, there’s absolutely no risk. If you don’t see how you can keep better records, we’ll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you’ll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. Don’t let poor and incomplete records lead to a costly lawsuit. Get your copy of Lawsuit-Free Documentation: A Manager’s Guide to Fair and Legal Recordkeeping now!