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Effective HR Documentation
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Learn the implications of effective Human Resources documentation, and pitfalls that could occur when documents and records are poorly written.

When: Tuesday, February 6, 2018
5:30 PM
Where: Cafe Fiore
420 East Main St
Branford, Connecticut  06405
United States
Contact: Chapter Operations

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Effective HR Documentation

With harassment and other claims in the forefront of the news, HR more than ever needs to understand the implications of effective documentation, and pitfalls that could occur when documents and records are poorly written.

When should HR counsel an employee vs documentation?  Can an employee require that a colleague or union rep be present when HR counsels an employee? How long should documents be kept?  Who is responsible for the documentation?

In this session, we will cover the aspects of effective documentation - whether it be when documenting investigations, performance management, disciplinary procedures, notes kept by supervisors, and more.  We will discuss retention policies for HR documentation.


Sarah S. Healey, Partner, Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey
Sarah focuses her litigation practice in the areas of business and commercial litigation as well as labor and employment defense.  Sarah has represented a variety of clients in a range of matters involving claims of employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation, wrongful discharge, breach of contract and fiduciary duty, defamation, unfair trade practices, and misappropriation of trade secrets.

Vincent Farisello, Partner,
Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey
Vincent maintains a versatile practice in the areas of labor and employment and general corporate law.  Vincent’s practice focuses on counseling and advising employers on all aspects of the employment relationship. He works with clients to manage risks and formulate strategies to avoid litigation and to comply with regulatory obligations.

Doors open at 5:30 PM

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM:  Registration, Networking, and Dinner
6:30 PM:  Presentation, Q&A Begins
8:00 PM:  Presentation Concludes


This session has been submitted to HRCI for re-certification credits and to SHRM for professional development credits

Members of HRACC Chapter - $35.00
HRACC Members in transition - $20.00
Guests and Future Members - $45.00

NOTE: If you are a member of HRACC, you must be logged in before registering in order to receive the reduced pricing
NOTE: If you are a member of any other Connecticut local SHRM chapter, email before registering to receive a $10 discount and pay the $35 HRACC members-only price.

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