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Employee Relations Follows A Comprehensive Process Providing All Permissible Reportable Criminal Activity Before You Hire An Applicant

Once you have identified a potential employee, you need to know if that applicant has ever been convicted of a crime. Criminal searches can be tailored to meet your needs.

The various criminal reports that can be provided are as follows: Employee Relations complies with Federal & State Law for the purpose of pre-employment. While Federal Law is the most common law followed regarding reporting of criminal records for employment purposes, certain states abide by state law regarding this issue.

For the purposes of pre-employment, consumer reporting agencies may not report the following to potential employers: Records of arrest, indictment information, misdemeanor, complaint or conviction of a crime that, from the date of disposition, release, or parole, antedate the report by more than seven years for the following four states:
  • California - CA Civil Code 1786.18(a)(7)
  • Montana - (Montana Code Annotated 2003 31-3-112)
  • New Mexico - (New Mexico Statute 56-3-6)
  • New York - (New York State Consolidated Laws Article 25 Section 380-1)
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