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Q: “If our employees are self-reporting on a regular basis before returning to the office, how should we be recording and storing all of that information and data? Is there anything that should be considered?”

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July 10, 2020

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Answered by Laura Friedel

You have flexibility in how you choose to record and store the information.  Some of our clients are using Excel, while others are using other programs and resources. Regardless of how you maintain this information the KEY is that is that this information must be kept strictly confidential and be housed separately from personnel records.


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