Credit reporting attorney, Chris Lane explains what legal obligations employers have when conducting background checks on current or potential employees. Because background reports are subject to the Fair Credit Reporting
Month: April 2015
Welcome to Expert Answers For advice on spent convictions and unspent convictions ask a solicitor on Spent Convictions – How They Affect can you People who have had criminal convictions
How to Destroy Arrest Records? (Former DA Explains)How to Destroy Arrest Records? (Former DA Explains)
In this video, a former California DA explains how to seal and destroy arrest records Per Penal Code 851.8, a person is eligible to seal and destroy arrest records in
Violation of background checking laws costs one employer $3 million.Violation of background checking laws costs one employer $3 million.
In todays video Sandy discusses the $3 million settlement by Food Lion for violating the Fair credit Reporting Act in their Background Checking Process. source