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Employers can avoid the current controversy by using other less risky approaches to screen applicants. One such practice is to conduct a thorough background check that complies with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Be sure to disclose the background check to the applicant, receive authorization in writing, and use the information the applicant directly provides to you to minimize legal liabilities and inaccurate results.
For more information, check out the McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC Labor and Employment blog at: www.PALaborandEmploymentblog.com.
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