Gone But Not Forgotten: An Employee Handbook… For Managing Former Employees

General Business

June 07, 2013
by Marc Courey, CPA, JD, LLM, CFE, CICA, CFF, CCEP, John Walther, EnCE, CISSP, GSEC, GPEN, LPIC-1, MCSE, CLE

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Marc Courey Marc Courey, CPA, JD, LLM, CFE, CICA, CFF, CCEP
Director of Risk Advisory and Forensic Services

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John Walther John Walther, EnCE, CISSP, GSEC, GPEN, LPIC-1, MCSE, CLE
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Preserving and protecting your information—and your rights as an employer—starts by having the right policies and procedures in place even before employment begins, as well as during employment, as you learn of their departure, and after employment is terminated. 

This primer covers the main measures that are critical to protecting an organization from the potential aftermath and consequences of an employee’s departure.


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