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Background Check Disclosures Still Being Litigated. So Far - This is a Very Hot Employer Topic of 2019!

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OPENonline has posted multiple times about the current litigation frenzy surrounding employer background screening disclosures. But the language included in disclosures is already shaping up to be one of the hottest employer litigation topic of 2019.

Case in point is the recent Ninth Circuit ruling in Gilberg v. California Check Cashing Stores, LLC, No. 17-16263, 2019 WL 347027 (9th Cir. 2019). Since the decision on January 29, 2019, we haven’t been able to count the slurry of articles, emails, and posts covering the ruling.

Do You Know Your Requirements Under the Recently Expanded Laws Focused on Protecting Consumers Against Fraud and Identity Theft?

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On May 24, 2018 Congress enacted S.2155 - Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act. The law expands consumer rights when they feel they have been, or are about to become, a victim of fraud or identity theft.

Ban-the-Box turns 20 years old!

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The state of Hawaii set the wheels in motion for the ban-the-box movement with their fair-chance law, enacted in July 1998. The “box” refers to the box commonly included in an employment application which asks the candidate if they have been arrested or convicted of a crime in the past.

Iowa Changes Employer Standards for Positive Alcohol Tests

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The Iowa legislature has lowered the threshold at which private employers can take action against a hire based upon a positive alcohol test. Beginning July 1, 2018, state employers may consider taking action against an employee with a blood alcohol concentration, or BAC, as low as .02%. Previously, state law restricted organizations from considering action against any worker with a BAC below .04%.

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