24. PERSONNEL FILE
The information contained in personnel files is considered confidential information. No information will be placed in an employee’s personnel file unless there is a clear business reason to do so.
Due to the confidential nature of personnel files, the Employee is responsible for controlling all access to them. Personnel files are not to be copied or removed from the premises.
An employee may review his/her personnel file in the presence of the supervisor during normal business hours. Under no circumstances may an employee alter or remove any document in the file.
It is the sole responsibility of each employee to inform Company of any changes in personal status that may alter his/her payroll or benefits status. Such information includes, but is not limited to:
• Last Name
• Marital Status
• Telephone Number
• Emergency Contact
• Gain or Loss of Dependents