Public employers and federal contractors or subcontractors.
Employment records, including records related to filling job vacancies, training, promotions, and demotions. Positions for which workers and applicants were considered; reasons for rejection; and accommodations considered, rejected, or made; records of complaints.
Two (2) years for contractors with more than 150 employees or a government contract of $150,000 or more.
After An Action Has Started:
Once a discrimination action is begun the employer must retain all records regarding the employee until final disposition of the action.