Critical Issues in Legal Records Management

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Records at law practices, particularly those related to the actual practice of law, are subject to special rules and considerations. Read this post to learn how they affect the management of records in this environment.

Technology Powers a New Era of HR Innovation

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Though the evolution of HR has long been a topic of discussion among HR professionals, most HR departments still haven’t realized their potential to expand beyond administrative duties to more strategic roles. Access recently partnered with the HR Research Institute

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Are you Haunted by the Ghost of Records Past?

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Records and information management can be spooky stuff but it doesn’t have to be. File Rooms - A dark and dreadful place, collecting cobwebs, spiders and who knows what kind of documents lurk or are hiding because of misfiling. A

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4 Ways Technology Can Improve Your HR Processes

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HR technology has come a long way in the past few years. For nearly every process, there’s an app—or a choice of apps—to make it more efficient. Apps have a two-fold appeal: They cut down on paperwork, making it easier

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TRANSitory RECORDS: Legal & Ethical Record Keeping Considerations for Transgender Reassignment Individuals

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The Fall 2019 issue of Information Governance World featured an article by Ilona Koti, Director of Governance Products for Montana & Associates, an Access Company. TRANSitory RECORDS discusses the legal precedence regarding vital records for trans individuals and ways to improve both the record

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The 5 Characteristics You Need for an Efficient HR Department

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Going digital to create a more efficient HR department is only one part of the puzzle. Follow these five steps to become a leader in efficiency.