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Records Management – Mid to Large-Size Companies
Do you know what kind of paper or electronic records you should keep at work? If not and you work for a mid to large-size company, Records Retention Guidelines should have been created and available for your use. Your company may have them, but perhaps the availability of the guidelines has not been communicated. I recommend you go to your company's intranet site and search for "Records Management" or "Records Guidelines." I can usually find these company guidelines on the company's public website, but try your intranet first. These documents will often be called Records Schedules, Records Disposition Schedules or Records Retention Schedules.
Records Schedules provide mandatory instructions for what to do with records when they are no longer needed for current business. Some records should be discarded, other should be maintained temporarily and others are to be keep permanently.
posted on: 10/24/2011 8:30:00 AM by Heather Cocozza
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Heather Cocozza, PMP, CPO® is a Professional Organizer who organizes and designs tailored home and office solutions. She is on the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)-WDC Board of Directors 2009-2010 and is the owner of Cocozza Organizing & Design, LLC. Prior to her organizing career, Heather Cocozza worked 13 years at IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers as an ERP Project Manager and at times traveled extensively while her "virtual" twins were between the ages of 0 to 3.
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