The Company maintains three employee files for each employee.
A personnel file is maintained for each employee of (Your Company Name). These personnel files contain confidential documents and are managed and maintained by Human Resources staff.
Typical documents in a personnel file include the employment application, a family emergency contact form, documented disciplinary action history, a resume, employee handbook and at-will employer sign off sheets, current personal information, and job references. Not all personnel files contain the same documents but each personnel file has some documents that are the same.
Payroll files are also maintained; payroll files contain a history of the employee's jobs, departments, compensation changes, and so on.
An employee medical file is also maintained. The contents of the medical file are not available to anyone except Human Resources designated staff and the employee whose records are retained in the file. At Your Company Name), medical files receive the highest degree of safe storage and confidentiality.
An employee may view his or her personnel file by contacting a Human Resources staff person during normal business hours. No employee may alter or remove any document in his or her personnel file which must be viewed in the presence of an HR staff person.
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