The right of the employee to inspect (or have copies of) his or her personnel records does not apply to:
Records relating to the investigation of possible criminal offenses committed by that employee;
Letters of reference for that employee;
Any portion of a test document, except that the employee may see a cumulative total test score for either a section of the test document or for the entire document;
Materials used for staff management planning (projections);
Information of a personal nature about a person other than the employee if disclosure would constitute an invasion of that other person's privacy;
Records that are not kept;
Records relevant to any other pending claim between the employer and the employee that may be discovered in a judicial proceeding.
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