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Follow Up Question: Recordkeeping for Voluntary Self ID Form

Sarah H. - Jul 07, 2015
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This is a follow up to my question posted on 7/6/15. The response I received states that the general guideline is that the voluntary self ID form should be kept on file for three years. Does this mean three years from the employee’s first day of employment? If not, then three years from when?

Are the recordkeeping guidelines for the self ID form different for current/active employees vs. employees that have been terminated?

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