Can I request a copy of my contract from a previous employer?
You have a right to get a written statement from your employer the day you start work. It doesn’t matter how many hours you work each week. The statement should describe the main terms of the contract of employment.
Are you entitled to a copy of a contract?
At the time of signing a contract you should get a copy of what you signed. This is a legal requirement. The original copy stays with the Employer while you are in that job. You can ask for a copy at any time during your employment and as many copies.
Can a former employee request a copy of your personnel file?
Employees typically tack a request for the penalty onto other claims in a lawsuit as a way to increase the money awarded to the prevailing plaintiff. Rarely does a week go by that the California Advice Group does not field calls about an employee’s right to access or get copies of his personnel file.
Do you have to give an employee a copy of a document?
The employer must send copies of certain documents within the file but not the entire file. Upon request, employees must be given a copy of any instrument they signed that relates to obtaining or holding a job.
Can you get a copy of your Indiana personnel file?
Public employees in Indiana have access to their personnel records under IC 5-14-3-4 and may receive a copy at no cost per State Personnel Department policy. All employees in Iowa are granted access to their personnel files under §91B.1, excluding employment references written for the employee.
Do you have to ask for your personnel file?
Even if you live in a state that does not guarantee employee access to their personnel files, your employer may still grant your request so you should absolutely ask. But before you do, be mindful that Human Resources does monitor requests as a leading indicator before a lawsuit so you don’t want to set off alarm bells.
When to give a former employee a copy of their personnel file?
If former employee was terminated for reasons relating to harassment or workplace violence, employer may provide copy of records or make them available offsite. Copying records: Employee or former employee also has a right to a copy of personnel records, at the employee’s cost, within 30 days of making a written request.
Can a private employee request a copy of a personnel file in Kansas?
Employees are allowed to obtain copies but the employer may charge a fee equivalent to an amount charged per page for copies made by a commercial copying business. Kansas statutes make no provisions for private employees to review their employee records or personnel files.
Where can I find a copy of my personnel file?
Make a current employee’s personnel records available, and if requested by the employee or representative, provide a copy at the place where the employee reports to work or at another location agreeable to the employer and the requester.
Can a former employee view a personnel file in Alaska?
Alaska Stat. § 23.10.430 Employers affected: All. Employee access to records: Employee or former employee may view and copy personnel files. Conditions for viewing records: Employee may view records during regular business hours under reasonable rules. Copying records: Employee pays (if employer so requests).