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An original colour scan of Captain Edward Smith's employment record listing all the ships he served on and when. You can see the red ink on his record which tells us he was 'Lost in "Titanic" April 15th, 1912'

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How To Organize Employee Records

Are you keeping your employee records safe? Here is a list of employment records to keep for your small business.


From 1862-1919, railroads changed life in California, connecting it with the rest of the nation. Did your ancestors contribute to this all important endeavor? Check out our database of California Railroad Employment Records to find out. And, best of all, it's FREE thanks to our Ancestry World Archives Project contributors! #genealogy #awap #free

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Nearer my God to thee: Eerie postcards mourning loss of Titanic released by original company after detective work by collector

Lost in the Titanic: The employment record for Captain John Edward Smith who was the officer in command when the ship sank

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Employment Records

Pin for Later: When to Stash or Trash Important Papers Employment Records Keep W-2 forms for seven years, and I recommend holding onto offer letters for the extent of each position as well as performance evaluations.

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Employment Records

The first step to taking care of yourself and de-stressing is to make sure that your environment is in order. Seeing your house full of clutter can affect your mood negatively and make your personal space seem like a place you want to escape from, rather


Frequent job changes mean less chance for secure storage of employment records