FIND YOUR STORE
In order to run an effective business, you have to have a firm grasp and secure understanding of the talents and resources available. In companies, the primary resource is the employee, who brings to the table a variety of talents, skills and potentially years of trade-specific training. Keep tabs on your assets with employee folders, which provide an overview of each worker's employment history, educational background, contact information and other relevant data needed for employee management.
Maintain a complete history of each person at your company with employee file folders, which are two-sided, so sensitive information can be recorded on the inside of each folder and kept away from curious, unauthorized eyes. Employee folders offer spaces to track a worker's education and work history, types of training and personal and contact information for easy reference. Consider adding attendance forms to track weekly hours worked and absences due to sick days, scheduled vacation or tardiness.
It's easy to tell what types of medical insurance and benefits an employee is receiving with file folders designed specifically for detailing job-related medical information. Look through insurance-related file folders to quickly tell how many employees are taking advantage of company-offered benefits and which types of benefits are being utilized.