Recordkeeping for Employee Compensation Purposes: Delaware
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Authors: Lindsay O. Clizbe and Michael B. Rush, Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP
- Delaware law requires employers to keep certain records for each employee for a set period of time. See Basic Recordkeeping Requirements.
- Delaware employers must grant an employee's request to review that employee's own personnel file, but may place several restrictions on the scope of that review. See Employee Right of Review Requirements.
- Delaware law requires that employers post notices informing employees about Delaware's recordkeeping requirements and about their rights under various employment laws. See Communications in Postings Required by Delaware Law.