New Case Studies for Paperless Human Resource Records
Laws and regulations surrounding access and protection of human resource records have been evolving to protect personal information while simultaneously providing employees greater access to their personnel files. Companies are faced with the dual challenge of maintaining and protecting confidential information while making it quickly and easily accessible to employees.
These two case studies for BC Hydro and Blount provide an overview of the challenges of maintaining the structure and integrity of complex paper files when converting them to a digital format. Digitizing the files was only one facet of helping these organizations to go completely paperless and automate processes like updating benefit forms and ensuring that all required records are present in personnel files. Paperless human resource records help reduce operational costs and dramatically reduce risk and improve regulatory compliance.