Attorneys Michele Haydel Gehrke and Brian K. Morris recently wrote about about a case that may have significant impact on employers. particularly employers facing lawsuits regarding adverse action procedures, FCRA disclosure forms and proper notice of rights paperwork.
According to McKnight's long-term care news, an Indiana-based healthcare management group has been hit with a class-action lawsuit after a job applicant claimed she was denied a position at the company based on an allegedly false background check report.
Philadelphia is facing backlash over a proposed wage history law. Despite strong opposition, New York opted to sign a similar bill into law. Will New York face similar problems with their bill? Below we break down exactly what the bills cover, what the Philadelphia lawsuit is trying to fight, and what human resource managers can expect in the meantime.
With clients who screen for drugs all over the world, Pre-employ.com gets asked about drug testing services frequently. One of the most common areas of discussion surrounds the use of recreational marijuana. Many states have or are in the process of passing recreational or medicinal marijuana laws and we expect this topic to continue to trend. Chelsea Mesa Caitlyn Crisp and Michael Cross of Syfarth Shaw wrote a good blog on this subject that we are sharing below.
Kelly Services has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit for allegedly violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).As mentioned in our white paper - Top 3 FCRA lawsuits and how to prevent them - the background check release form is a top target for class action lawyers looking to capitalize on big paydays. According to topclassactions.com, plaintiffs allege that between July 18, 2012 and January 23, 2014, Kelly Services provided its employees and job applicants with a FCRA disclosure form to conduct background checks that also contained a liability release. Unfortunately, this is in clear violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).