Employers have both a legal and an ethical responsibility to keep accurate records and documentation of their employees. Hear from an employment and business attorney what’s required from the day someone is hired to the day they leave your employment, including personnel files, employee handbooks, medical records, evaluations and disciplinary issues.
Maureen Pomeroy, Principal, Pomeroy Law
Co-sponsored by MA Small Business Development Center
Maureen Louise Pomeroy is an employment and business attorney practicing in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with her firm Pomeroy Law P.C. She is also certified by the Society of Human Resource Management and the Human Resources Certification Institute. Her practice involves advising employers about risks in their practices, drafting employment documents and policies, and conducting internal investigations. She recently completed training with the MCAD for conducting harassment and discrimination training for both employees and managers.
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