Employers should keep performance reviews, attendance data, disciplinary notices and similar records in employee personnel files, writes attorney Kristel Haddad. In addition, California law requires employers to provide employees with copies of signed documents and maintain personnel files for former employees for at least three years after their employment ends.
Stay in compliance with personnel file regulations
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