Significant Changes to Massachusetts Law on Employment Applications and Criminal Records

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Two newly enacted laws in Massachusetts significantly affect employers' obligations. One substantially changes how employers may obtain and use criminal background information in the hiring process. The other imposes new requirements on employers when they put potentially negative information in an employee's personnel record -- even if that information is not physically placed in a "personnel file."

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