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State Legislation: Connecticut: Employment

A bill (H.B. 6185) pending in the Connecticut General Assembly would impose monetary penalties on employers who violate a state employee privacy law.

Under the law, employers are allowed to disclose dates of employment, job titles, and salary information, but they must keep other employee personnel and medical records private. Employers must also allow an employee access to his or her own files.

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