Human Resources Management THE TOP HR MISTAKES THAT CAN PUT YOU IN JEOPARDY
Top HR Mistakes “Another fine mess you’ve gotten us in to.”
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Top HR Mistakes 17. Keeping employees’ medical documents in their personnel files. 16. Keeping INS Forms I-9 with personnel files.
Top HR Mistakes 15. Negligent hiring: failure to conduct due diligence, such as reference checks, background checks, drug tests, thorough review of the job application, etc. 14. Incomplete or no orientation 13. Not providing performance evaluations and providing uncritical evaluations.
Top HR Mistakes 12. Failure to take corrective action for employee misconduct 11. Poor (incomplete, inaccurate, missing) recordkeeping 10. Not tracking open workers’ compensation claims, not closing claims, not reviewing the quarterly report, and submitting first-aid claims
Top HR Mistakes 9. Failure to accurately document and manage leaves of absence 8. Not responding to unemployment claims in the time required 7. Failure to pay for all hours worked—illegal! 6. Not providing meal breaks in accordance with the law
Top HR Mistakes 5. Failure to re-verify expired forms of identification for INS Forms I-9 4. Not obtaining and retaining employees’ acknowledgement pages for Employee Handbook, Team Benefits Guide and position description 3. Not using correct job titles and Position Descriptions
Top HR Mistakes 2. Failure to consistently use just one application procedure.
And, now, the number one HR mistake that can put you in jeopardy