Being served with a subpoena means producing demanded documents within a short time period. Could your organization comply, today?
Being unable to locate files quickly means losing time and money. Employees spend an average of 150 hours a year looking for lost documents. Do you have the most effective filing system?
Failure to produce backup documents in a tax audit can mean interest and penalties. Does your company have its files set up so you can find the information you need?
1. Awareness of what records you have. The foundation of a good records management system is knowing whatís in those file cabinets, closets, boxes, and desk drawers. I can provide you with an accurate and complete inventory of your files and documents.
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3. Increasing user confidence and security. Once you have a working, updated retention schedule, the users of the system should be properly trained. I can provide the training that will ensure the employee acceptance and understanding needed to make the system work.
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