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HR Information Control Analysis

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The regulators recommend keeping separate files for many of the documents that could pose a threat to fair and equitable decision making.

1-Recommend strategies for maintaining the privacy of employee HR and benefit records (In your recommendation, consider Gates' comments and state whether you think his approach poses a liability or not.) You can read chapter overviews from his book at the Microsoft Web site.

2-Offer an opinion about the necessity of retaining and maintaining confidential employee information

Bill Gates recently wrote in his book, Business @The Speed of Thought, that HR had too much paper and virtually all reports and data could be generated from a single source.

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1. Strategies for maintaining the privacy of employee HR and benefit records are to:

a. You should maintain two copies, a paper file and an electronic file.
b. The information should be kept with a code that only top supervisors have information to.
c. Keep employee files away from other regular files
d. Information should be kept in a well organized space

Source: http://www.ehow.com/how_2159382_maintain-confidentiality-employee-records.html

From Gates' comments, and thinking about the digital age, I think the problem with solely keeping information in one source is the possibility that the one source could fail. If the computer has a technical glitch, then how do ...

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This solution refers to a file that a student attached and discusses HR information control analysis. The solution provides information on strategies to maintain employee privacy and the necessity of retaining and maintaining confidential employee information.

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