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The Employer's Handbook 2014-15, 10th Edition by Barry Cushway

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Personnel Records and Data Protection

Personnel records

Every company needs to keep records of its employees. Not only are these in many cases a legal requirement, but without personal information about employees it would be extremely difficult for you to manage a company. You need to keep such records to:

  • provide a store of personal information about individual employees;
  • assist in planning the company’s future people requirements;
  • help in the recruitment and selection process;
  • provide training and development information;
  • provide information to help in performance appraisal;
  • provide information for pay purposes;
  • provide general employment information for dealing with such issues as changes to terms and conditions of employment, relocation, ...

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