Here’s a sneak peek at this week’s Compliance News Flash from AGG:
- The California Supreme Court ruled on the constitutionality of the Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act, which is relevant to California employers and their background screening process.
- Still in California, a new law on its way to the Governor for signature will require software updates for certain consumer reporting agencies.
- Employers note for purposes of the Form I-9 that the federal government has again auto-extended the work authorization period for Salvadorans and Haitians under the Temporary Protected Status program.
- Another write-up about the new notice requirement under the Fair Credit Reporting Act related to security freezes.
Click here to read it.