(1) Each employer shall make such file(s) available locally within a reasonable period of time after the employee requests the file(s).
(2) An employee annually may petition that the employer review all information in the employee's personnel file(s) that are regularly maintained by the employer as a part of his business records or are subject to reference for information given to persons outside of the company. The employer shall determine if there is any irrelevant or erroneous information in the file(s), and shall remove all such information from the file(s). If an employee does not agree with the employer's determination, the employee may at his or her request have placed in the employee's personnel file a statement containing the employee's rebuttal or correction. Nothing in this subsection prevents the employer from removing information more frequently.
(3) A former employee shall retain the right of rebuttal or correction for a period not to exceed two years.
[1985 c 336 § 2.]