Effective January 1, 2012, California will be the seventh state to pass law limiting employers from using credit reports for employment purposes. Assembly Bill 22 states that employers may request credit reports only if the applicant is being considered for one of the following:
Additionally the law states that California employers must disclose the following to the applicant before requesting their credit report:
As a valued added service to our California clients, Employers Choice Screening has prepared an Assembly Bill 22-compliant disclosure and authorization form. Please contact us for further details at email@example.com.
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One out of every six crimes occurs in the workplace and homicide is the second leading cause of workplace death in the U.S.
National Credit Verification Service reports that 25% of the MBA degrees it verifies on resumes are false.
72% of shrinkage is due to employee theft.
34% of all job applications contain lies.
30% of small business failure is caused by employee theft.