HR insights from our in-house HR professionals.


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How to complete OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping Forms

How to digitize employee records and manage electronically


Let's face it, you can't avoid dealing with stacks of paperwork as long as you are in the HR department. However, HR documents don’t need to be stored in paper format.  Further, there are a number of drawbacks to keeping all that paper.  Paper documents take up a lot of space and companies often incur additional expenses just for storing boxes full of documents that are rarely if ever accessed.  Paper can be damaged in storage by moisture, heat, mold/mildew, etc.  Retrieving paper documents is time-consuming and inefficient.

As Professional Employer Organization, we manage a significant volume of employee-related documents.   That is why we incorporated electronic document management in our cloud-based HR & Payroll Management software, BOR-Go.  This feature in our program enables us to store all employee-related documents in one secure place and access them anywhere at anytime.



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