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The following data collected, created, or maintained by the Department of Management and Budget are classified as nonpublic data pursuant to section 13.02, subdivision 9:
(a) the commissioner's plan prepared by the department, pursuant to section 3.855, which governs the compensation and terms and conditions of employment for employees not covered by collective bargaining agreements until the plan is submitted to the Legislative Commission on Employee Relations;
(b) data pertaining to grievance or interest arbitration that has not been presented to the arbitrator or other party during the arbitration process;
(c) notes and preliminary drafts of reports prepared during personnel investigations and personnel management reviews of state departments and agencies;
(d) the managerial plan prepared by the department pursuant to section 43A.18 that governs the compensation and terms and conditions of employment for employees in managerial positions, as specified in section 43A.18, subdivision 3, until the plan is submitted to the Legislative Commission on Employee Relations; and
(e) claims experience and all related information received from carriers and claims administrators participating in either the state group insurance plan, the Minnesota employee insurance program, the state workers' compensation program, or the public employees insurance program as defined in chapter 43A, and survey information collected from employees and employers participating in these plans and programs, except when the department determines that release of the data will not be detrimental to the plan or program.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Minnesota Statutes Data Practices (Ch. 13-13C) § 13.67. Employee relations data - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mn/data-practices-ch-13-13c/mn-st-sect-13-67/
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