Checking On Your Background Check
February 6, 2008
Right now, there are no standards to make sure everyone’s as careful and with 80 percent of companies now screening potential employees, consumer advocates warn it’s more important than ever to know your rights. Under the law, employers must get your consent before screening. If you lose out on a job based on a check, you have a right to see the report and dispute it.
From WCBS-TV – New York (January 2006).
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