The Law at Work: What do employers need to know about the ‘ban the box’ law

In January, the so-called “ban the box” measure, which applies to virtually all California public and private employers, goes into effect, prohibiting an employer from including on an application a question (such as a box to be checked) concerning an applicant’s criminal convictions until the applicant has received a conditional employment offer.

In his The Law at Work column in the San Diego Union-Tribune, Shareholder Dan Eaton breaks down this new law to further explain what it prohibits, requires and permits.

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November 20th, 2017  |  Categories: