Podcast: Creating a Paperless Workplace

Podcast: Creating a Paperless Workplace

John Young, an attorney at Garrett Hemann Robertson, who practices civil litigation, employment & labor law and workers’ compensation, joins the Human Resources for Small Business podcast to discuss how organizations can make the transition to a paperless workplace.

In this episode, John and Brandon discuss the ideas in John’s article, “Tips on Starting a Paperless Office,” from the Oregon State Bar, Workers’ Compensation Section.

Questions from this episode:

– Is going paperless the right thing to do as a business leader?
– Should HR or IT lead the implementation of a paperless structure?
– Do people want to work for firms that are conscious of being environmentally friendly?
– Are there laws around storing documents electronically?
– What does the future of electronic document storage look like?

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Host: Brandon Laws, Xenium HR Follow Brandon Laws
Guest(s): John Young, Garrett Hemann Robertson

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Resources Mentioned in this Podcast:
“Tips on Starting a Paperless Office” – Oregon State Bar – Workers’ Comp Section

Music Introduction By:
“Cut and Dry Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0″ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/”

Brandon Laws

Brandon Laws is Director of Marketing at Xenium HR. He has a B.S. in Business Management & Entrepreneurship from Western Oregon University and regularly writes on various business, economic and leadership topics. He hosts Xenium’s “Human Resources for Small Business” podcast and participates in the “It’s About People” podcast. Brandon is a total bookworm, an avid podcast listener, and is borderline obsessed with watching Blazer games.

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