(1) An employer shall retain records for each employee for a two-year period, documenting
hours worked, paid sick leave accrued, and paid sick leave used. Upon appropriate notice and at a mutually agreeable time, the employer shall allow
the division access to the records for purposes of monitoring compliance with this
(2) If an issue arises as to an employee's right to paid sick leave and the employer
has not maintained or retained adequate records for that employee or does not allow
the division reasonable access to the records, the employer shall be presumed to have
violated this part 4 unless the employer demonstrates compliance by a preponderance
of the evidence.
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