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Employee’s right to disciplinary records: Employer must produce all records, including supervisor notes, not just those in the HR file

The Massachusetts Personnel Records Act compels an employer to provide certain documents within five business days of an employee’s request for his personnel file. In addition to performance appraisals and job descriptions, the employer must produce any other documents relating to disciplinary action regarding the employee. The language is deliberately broad and mandatory. It allows employees […]

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