6-120-015 Data privacy.
   Without the worker's informed affirmative written consent, no employer shall access information about a worker's or worker's family member's decision regarding reproductive health care or gender-affirming care.
   "Informed affirmative written consent" is consent voluntarily given by the worker in writing after having the opportunity to review a document that asks the worker's permission for the employer to receive information related to reproductive health care, or related to gender-affirming care, or both, and after being informed in writing and orally that disclosure is voluntary, that the worker may revoke consent at any time, that none of the information will be disclosed to the employer prior to the worker signing the document, should the worker choose to sign, and that the employer may not discriminate or retaliate against the worker should the worker refuse to provide consent or later revoke consent. The written and oral information shall be provided in the worker's primary language.
(Added Coun. J. 1-18-23, p. 59661, § 6)