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I am retired.
My company was over sixty years old before it was bought over. At the time
of merger it was decided to wind up new business and it was decided to out
source the record management. Total employees in the co. were less than 200
and there were three in Records Department.No one particular person was
assigned to record retention. Inactive files were stored put side the
company. Record management was made a part of the mail and Supplies
department.
Two out of three members of the recodes department were school drop out. One
had a Post Graduate Research degree. All were however treated on par. In
fact the most qualified was treated as the most junior even after ten years
of service.
C.Shah
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From: "Tammy Russo-Leschber" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 10:49 AM
Subject: RM Benchmarking Questions


> > Listserv Members:
> >
> > We would like to ask the following benchmarking questions regarding
> > Records Management in your organizations:
> > *     How old is your company?
> > *     What is the total number of employees?
> > *     How many people are in your Records Management Department?
> > *     Of these, how many are dedicated to Records Retention?
> > *     Where does Records Management fall in your organization? (i.e.
under
> > Legal, Tax, etc..)
> > *     Is the Records Management department responsible for any other
> > corporate functions besides RM?
> >
> > Thank you in advance for your response,
> >
> > Tammy Russo-Leschber
> > Records & Information Management
> > E-Mail:  [log in to unmask]
> >
> >
> >
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