Federal law imposes strict limits and disclosure requirements on an employer’s use of credit and consumer reports in making hiring decisions. The FCRA applies any time employers decide to use a third party to investigate and do background checks on applicants instead of investigating them on their own. The law specifically covers two kinds of reports — each with its own set of requirements.Read More...
Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
From: HRLaws | 02/05/2015
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