Q. Am I required by law to give my employees copies of documents contained in their personnel files?
A. There is no Ohio law that requires employers to give employees copies of disciplinary records contained within their personnel files. However, by statute, Ohio employers must provide employees with copies of medical reports that pertain to them. Employers may require employees to pay the cost of furnishing those copies, but no more than 25 cents per page.
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