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I wrote a letter within 2 days of being let go from my job

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I wrote a letter within 2 days of being let go from my job asking them to tell me in writing the reason for my termination. I also requested any and all records that they held on me in my personell files. How much time do they get to responds?
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Yes, the employer must typically provide you with copies or the right to access your personnel files within 7 days of receiving your request if the files are stored in the state, or 14 days if stored outside of the state pursuant to MN law.

Here is a link which summarizes the law:

With regard to your request for a reason for your termination, the employer normally has 10 days to comply with that request. Here is a link to a site which provides this information:

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