Background Check Forms & Notices For Employers
Your source for industry best practices and HR expertise. Understand and use legal documents for all FCRA-compliant background check uses.
FCRA Candidate Disclosure and Authorization Packet
Used for candidates and employees.
FCRA Volunteer Disclosure
Used for anyone who will have volunteer status.
FCRA Contractor Disclosure
Used for candidates and employees with contractor status.
California Candidate Disclosure
Used for candidates residing in California, in addition to FCRA disclosure.
Drug Screening Consent Form
Used for candidates and employees who will undergo Drug Screening.
Used to obtain candidates’ consent to a background check.
Compliance & Other Documents
Consumer Dispute Form
Provide candidates the ability to dispute any discrepancies on their background check.
Candidate Information Form
Used to obtain all necessary information from a candidate when you need to use an offline process.
Pre-Adverse Action Notice Template
Used by employers to provide an FCRA-compliant, pre-adverse action notice to any candidates or employees who do not qualify for the job due to information found in background check results.
Adverse Action Notice Template
Used by employers to provide an FCRA-compliant, adverse action notice to any candidates or employees who will be denied employment or terminated, due to information found in background check results.
Notice to Users of Consumer Reports: Obligation of Users Under The FCRA
Understand your company’s legal obligations when using a Consumer Reporting Agency for background checks.
Summary of Your Rights Under the FCRA and State Law Disclosures
Document provided to candidates and employees to help them understand their rights under the FCRA.
Meet Unique FCRA Compliance Requirements As Outlined By Various States
Whether you’re hiring within a state or reviewing candidates from out-of-state, these guidelines will help keep you compliant.
The resources provided here are for educational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. If you have questions regarding your background check or a particular record we advise you consult legal counsel.