(a)   An must maintain accurate records for each showing:
      (1)   For non- , hours worked.
      (2)   Hours of leave available for sick and purposes.
      (3)   Hours of leave used for sick and purposes.
   (b)   The records required by this section must be retained for a period of not less than three years in addition to the current .
   (c)   An must allow an to inspect records required by this section and relating to that at a reasonable time and place.
   (d)   The City Attorney's Office shall have access to the records required by both this section and M.S. Ch. 181, as it may be amended from time to time, with appropriate notice and at a mutually agreeable time, to monitor compliance with the requirements of this article, including, but not limited to, inspection and copying of books and records, interviewing and former , and investigating alleged violations of this article. Social Security numbers and ' personal addresses shall not be a matter of public record.
   (e)   If an fails to maintain or retain adequate records or does not allow the City Attorney's Office reasonable access to the records and an issue arises as to an alleged violation of an employee's rights under this article, it shall be presumed that the has violated this article, absent clear and convincing evidence otherwise.
   (f)   If, in conjunction with this article, an possesses health or medical information regarding an or an employee's or information pertaining to , , or of an or an employee's , the must treat such information as confidential and not disclose the information except with permission of the , when ordered by a court or administrative agency, or when otherwise required by federal or state law.
(Ord. 2022-31, passed 6-6-2022)