As heightened scrutiny creates increased risk, employers should be aware of recent legal and agency developments impacting hiring procedures and protocols.
Federal and state authorities have become increasingly focused on examining the use of pre-employment background checks by employers when evaluating an applicant’s qualifications, and overlapping guidelines have created an unclear path for employers to navigate when attempting to make important hiring decisions. The issue has also caught the attention of many plaintiffs' attorneys across the country, resulting in an increase in class action lawsuits alleging hiring practices that fail to comply with federal and state requirements.
Please join us for a practical discussion of how employers can navigate this complicated landscape. We will discuss:
- Legal Trends: increased agency scrutiny and litigation under Title VII and state laws
- Implications of EEOC v. Kaplan, EEOC v. Freeman, and recent EEOC settlements
- Class action litigation strategies
- Best practices for avoiding liability and risk in conducting background checks
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