Between FCRA regulations, EEOC guidance, and new ban-the-box laws nationwide, getting a handle on the legal landscape may feel impossible.
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True Me, our award-winning candidate experience lets candidates add context around criminal records directly into their background check results.
The context helps you make an informed, individualized assessment as required by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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If specific information returned from a background check is the reason you choose not to hire a candidate or terminate an existing employee, your company must legally pursue an adverse action.
Adverse action refers to an official legal process that an employer is required to follow as they inform a job candidate or employee that they are not eligible to work for your company due to information found in their background check.ADVERSE ACTION REQUIREMENTS
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