Does my employer have to give me a copy of a write-up?

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Does my employer have to give me a copy of a write-up?

When my previous employer wrote anybody up they never gave the person a copy of the write-up. They also did not put a description of what the write up was for on the actual write up but would make a separate note. After I was discharged the employer gave copies of these notes to the Unemployment Hearing Unit with the write-up I signed. I never saw these notes in the first place and was not told that the write up was for what the notes stated. Do these notes have any legal standing?

Asked on February 18, 2012 under Employment Labor Law, New York

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