Employers should avoid a rule that automatically bars employment to any applicant with a record of criminal conviction. This type of policy may violate local, state and federal law if the conviction is not job-related and the policy has a disparate impact upon a protected class. Strict rules govern when you can obtain criminal history information.
Read about 2016 proposed regulations and 2017 legislation.
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