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Records Retention Made Simple by Dee Armstrong Crabtree


Records Retention Made Simple by Dee Armstrong Crabtree

Establishing solid guidelines for records creation and retention can greatly reduce the amount of time and money that any company spends on daily printing, copying and storage. This book walks the reader through the step-by-step process of structuring a centralized program, creating a retention policy, developing a records schedule and managing the records inventory. It also includes helpful worksheets that will help with every aspect of program design.

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Publication date

26th April 2009


Dee Armstrong Crabtree

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Dee Armstrong Crabtree


100 pages


Economics, finance, business & management



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