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Employer Compliance with the FTC and FCRA
When you are using reports such as background checks and credit reports to make important decisions, including hiring, retention, promotion or reassignment, you must comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act . The Federal Trade Commission enforces the FCRA.
Before You Order a Employee Background Check or Pre-Employment Credit Report
- Tell the applicant or employee you might use information based on their background check or credit report for employment decisions.
- Get the applicant's written permission to run employment screening reports.
It's a good idea to review your state's Employment Laws in regards to using consumer reports for employment purposes.
Information Provided by the FTC: http://business.ftc.gov/documents/bus08-using-consumer-reports-what-employers-need-know
Employment Laws by State
This section provides easy-to-access information on how to comply with state and federal employment laws. This information will help clarify state and federal guidelines for employers regarding wages, health benefits, retirement security, employment rights, safety, and health protection for the America’s workforce.
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State Employment Laws
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