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Statute 1:Such statement shall be maintained as part of the

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Statute 1:Such statement shall be maintained as part of the employee’s personnel file and shall be included in any transmittal of the file to a third party and shall be included in any disclosure of the contested information made to a third party.

Statute 2: Such statement shall be maintained as part of such employee's personnel file or medical records and shall accompany any transmittal or disclosure from such file or records made to a third party
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Question: Would both the above include verbal transmittals/disclosures (phone calls) in the statutes. Thank you- a Yes/No only answer is fine

WebLaw :

Typically a statute is read in context. However having to give a yes or no answer, my answer would be "yes"

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II. If, upon inspection of his personnel file, an employee disagrees with any of the information contained in such file, and the employee and employer cannot agree upon removal or correction of such information, then the employee may submit a written statement explaining his version of the information together with evidence supporting such version. Such statement shall be maintained as part of the employee’s personnel file and shall be included in any transmittal of the file to a third party and shall be included in any disclosure of the contested information made to a third party. NH

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Sec. 31-128e. Removal or correction of information. Employee's explanatory statement. If upon inspection of his personnel file or medical records an employee disagrees with any of the information contained in such file or records, removal or correction of such information may be agreed upon by such employee and his employer. If such employee and employer cannot agree upon such removal or correction then such employee may submit a written statement explaining his position. Such statement shall be maintained as part of such employee's personnel file or medical records and shall accompany any transmittal or disclosure from such file or records made to a third party].

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Customer:

is this more complete for an answer

WebLaw :

Thank you – my answer is yes

Customer:

sorry last question and have a good afternoon

Customer:

would that be at least a 75% answer in the yes category - more likely than not - it appears to be so from your answer - thank you and have a good afternoon

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