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(a) An Employer shall retain records of employment, application forms, and other pertinent data and records required under this Article, for a period of three years, and shall allow the OLSE access to such records, with appropriate notice and at a mutually agreeable time, to monitor compliance with the requirements of this Article.
(b) An Employer shall provide information to the OLSE, or the OLSE’s designee, on an annual basis (with the exception of reporting on calendar year 2019 and 2020 compliance) as may be required to verify the Employer’s compliance with this Article.
(c) In no event shall the OLSE require an Employer to provide any information or documents the disclosure of which would violate state or federal law.
(d) Where an Employer does not maintain or retain adequate records documenting compliance with this Article or does not allow the OLSE reasonable access to such records, it shall be presumed that the Employer did not comply with this Article, absent clear and convincing evidence otherwise. The Office of Treasurer and Tax Collector shall have the authority to provide any and all nonfinancial information to OLSE necessary to fulfill OLSE's responsibilities as the enforcing agency under this Article. With regard to all such information provided by the Office of Treasurer and Tax Collector, OLSE shall be subject to the confidentiality provisions of Subsection (a) of Section 6.22-1 of the San Francisco Business and Tax Regulations Code.
(e) Pursuant to its rulemaking authority under this Article, the OLSE shall adopt rules that establish procedures for Employers to maintain and retain accurate records and to provide annual reporting of compliance to OLSE in a manner that does not require disclosure of any information that would violate State or Federal privacy laws.
(Former Sec. 4910 added by Ord. 61-01, File No. 002197, App. 4/20/2001; amended by Ord. 197-03, File No. 030633, App. 8/1/2003; Ord. 187-04, File No. 040759, App. 7/22/2004; repealed by Ord. 234-06, File No. 060892, App. 9/14/2006)