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Our analysis of California fair chance laws will help employers comply with the law and advance best practices.
Although disappointing, the court’s order is not a license to discriminate against job-seekers with records. Title VII remains the law.
2017 was another year of significant progress for the fair chance hiring movement.
Here’s what California jobseekers and employers need to know.
The FCA remains one of the strongest fair chance hiring laws in the country.
The EEOC guidance helps employers understand and comply with our nation’s civil rights laws, and reflects common sense.
Fair chance hiring is about an applicant being viewed as a person, not just as a checkbox on an application.
California becomes the 10th state to adopt background check reforms for private-sector employers.
NELP and allies will partner with state-based leaders in criminal justice reform and re-entry to advance two policies: clean-slate automatic(…)