Happy New Year!

Here are two editions of the AGG Compliance News Flash covering the following topics:

  • E-Verify;
  • California’s Consumer Privacy Act;
  • Ban the box and salary history restrictions in the hiring process;
  • Investigation by the Department of Justice into hiring practices;
  • The Fair Credit Reporting Act and who qualifies as an “employee”; and
  • News

Check out this week’s Compliance News Flash with blurbs about:

  • Salary history bans and employment applications
  • FCRA enforcement by the Federal Trade Commission
  • FCRA related litigation helpful to employers
  • EU-Japan data transfers
  • Changes to San Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance

Click here to read the News Flash.

Check out the latest compliance updates in the Compliance News Flash, which includes quick updates on:

  • The Connor v. First Student case in California and the constitutionality of ICRAA and CCRAA, applicable to employment and tenancy screening.
  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, now the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and new leadership.
  • Massachusetts and

I hope everyone is staying warm!

Please enjoy Friday’s edition of my Compliance News Flash with blurbs about:

  • California’s new immigration law which applies to employers
  • EU-U.S. Privacy Shield
  • Changes to background investigations by the National Background Investigations Bureau and Department of Defense
  • An update to New Jersey’s Ban the Box law
  • The return of

I will be presenting a free webinar on Wednesday, September 13 at 2 pm EST on Fair Chance Hiring Ordinances, also known as Ban the Box ordinances.  I will discuss what these ordinances are, the role they play during the hiring process, and where/how they apply to private employers (including specific state and city examples).

Please join me next week for a discussion about what employers need to be aware of regarding pre-employment background checks to ensure you have compliant background screening policies and procedures in place. Some of the topics I will discuss include the Fair Credit Reporting Act, state law regarding restrictions on the use of credit information

A series of recent class action complaints against employers leads me to write about what employers can do to mitigate risk with respect to their background screening program.

I’m talking about pre-employment background checks when an employer uses the services of a third-party background screening company. Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) (15 U.S.C.