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Background Checks - Changes

Background Checks - Changes

Among the laws that went into effect on July 1st was AB 218, which prohibits a state or local agency from asking an applicant to disclose information regarding a criminal conviction until after the agency determines the applicant meets minimum employment qualifications.

There are specified exceptions, such as when a criminal history background check is otherwise required by law for the position.

Please Contact Us with any questions or concerns you may have regarding this change in California labor laws. We are here to help!



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