Everyone in human resources knows the mantra, “document everything.”  This is clearly foolish – you’d spend all of your time writing up irrelevant events.  So, what do we need to document and what can be set aside?  While there is never a crystal ball for documentation, there are sensible rules for knowing what and how to document effectively and efficiently to avoid unnecessary work.  This program will break down for you the legal compliance concerns you need to address as well as best practices in document creation, development and destruction so that you can work smarter, not harder!

Area Covered In The Webinar

The law on:

Documentation as relating to employees, including:

Title VII





EEOC and 


  • How to maximize the value of documents you already use
  • When to get rid of documents
  • Litigation holds and other requirements for holding onto documents
  • How to reduce the need for documents to a few forms
  • Use of automatic “document signature” programs

Best practices on:

  • How to combine documents to minimize redundancy
  • How to best and most efficiently document events
  • How to fill holes of events that were not documented
  • Document retention periods
  • Litigation holds
  • How to create forms to minimize document use

Why should you attend?

Any employer dealing with employees need to learn what and how to document – and what does not need to be documented.  This program will teach you about working smarter, not harder.

Who Will Benefit

All companies


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Deirdre Kamber Todd, Esq., is a partner with The Kamber Law Group, P.C., a next-generation law firm located in Allentown, Pennsylvania. With fifteen years of experience, Deirdre focuses her practice Know More

Deirdre Kamber Todd