Aiken Schenk employment attorney Burr Shields discusses his practice, which includes representing individuals in disputes with employers, representing individuals in front of boards that regulate their licenses, and more.
Running a business is tough. Avoid legal headaches by brushing up on important guidelines for hiring and firing employees.
All employers have obligations under both state and federal laws to maintain various employment records. The length of time employers are required to keep these records varies. It is important for employers to understand recordkeeping requirements, as failure to maintain proper records can have significant consequences. Below are some of the records employers are required to keep and how long they must be preserved.
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