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Laura:

Your records management policy must state that the records created in the
operation of the business are the property of the business and not of the
creator.  It should also state that these records are subject to the records
management policies and retention schedule of the organization.  Of course,
auditing this (depending on the number and location of the home based
employees) could be a bit of a problem.

After this, your retention schedule should state that the records are
located in the home based employees homes.

On 7/18/07, Boldt, Laura A. <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Good Afternoon,
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> The large multi-national company that I work for is going to tackle the
> issue of the records that our home based employees create.  Does anybody
> have any policies and or procedures in place specifically for home based
> employees?  If you do, I'd appreciate any information on the subject
> that you can share with me.
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> Thank you,
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> Laura Boldt
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> Records Analyst
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