Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Labor Commission. Adjudication Division

82227--Contested court case records
28890--Contested court case hearing recordings
14567--Compensation agreements and lump sum working files

AGENCY: Labor Commission. Adjudication Division

SERIES: 82227
TITLE: Contested court case records
DATES: 1950-
ARRANGEMENT: Numerical by case number
ANNUAL ACCUMULATION: 20.00 cubic feet.

DESCRIPTION: These records support the agency's function to conduct formal administrative hearings to resolve disputes arising from worker's compensation claims and employer penalties, employment discrimination determinations, and penalty citations. Records document hearings before the agency, and may include pre-hearing settlement offers, applications for and notices of hearings, orders from the Commission, judges' case notes, related medical information, and correspondence.

RETENTION

Retain 75 years after final action.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series were specifically approved by the State Records Committee.

APPROVED: 09/1998

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year and then transfer to State Records Center. Retain in State Records Center for 74 years and then destroy.

Computer data files: Retain in Office for 10 years and then delete.

APPRAISAL

Administrative

PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public

SECONDARY DESIGNATION

Private. Utah Code 63G-2-302(1)(a & b)(2016)

Controlled. Utah Code 63G-2-304(2008)

Protected. Utah Code 63G-2-305(10)(2015)


AGENCY: Labor Commission. Adjudication Division

SERIES: 28890
TITLE: Contested court case hearing recordings
DATES: 1950-
ARRANGEMENT:

DESCRIPTION: These records support the agency's function to conduct formal administrative hearings to resolve disputes arising from worker's compensation claims and employer penalties, employment discrimination determinations, and penalty citations. Recordings document hearings that come before the agency.

RETENTION

Retain 10 years after final action.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series is proposed and has not yet been approved.

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

Sound recordings: Retain in Office for 10 years and then erase.

APPRAISAL

Administrative

PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public

SECONDARY DESIGNATION

Protected. Utah Code 63G-2-305(10)(2015)

Private. Utah Code 63G-2-302(1)(a & b)(2016)

Controlled. Utah Code 63G-2-304(2008)


AGENCY: Labor Commission. Adjudication Division

SERIES: 14567
TITLE: Compensation agreements and lump sum working files
DATES: 1920-
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by surname
ANNUAL ACCUMULATION: 7.00 cubic feet.

DESCRIPTION: This series provides support documentation for the compensation agreements for workers' compensation claims. The series consist of the Compensation Agreement - Form 019 and the Lump-sum application - Form 134. The compensation agreement is used to enter into an agreement for a permanent partial award. The lump-sum form is used by an employee when applying for a lump sum or advance payment for a permanent partial award. Information includes the name and address of the employee, financial information, marital status, medical information, salary information, social security number and telephone number. The original Compensation agreement, series 21924 is retained for 75 years.

RETENTION

Retain 75 years.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series were specifically approved by the State Records Committee.

APPROVED: 10/1999

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year and then transfer to State Records Center. Retain in State Records Center for 74 years and then destroy.

APPRAISAL

Administrative Legal

The Agency requested an increase in the retention period to make the retention period consistent with the retention period for similar working files. The original approved retention period had been 10 years.

PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Private. UCA 63G-2-302 (2008)