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- Prior to ordering a background report, employers must (i) provide a disclosure in a separate document from the employment application to the applicant/employee that a consumer report is being ordered, and (ii) obtain a written authorization from the applicant/employee. State law may also impose additional requirements.
- This document must be provided to any applicant before taking Adverse Action against them based in whole or in part on a consumer report such as a background investigation. Adverse Action is considered as any denial of benefits, such as denial of job, promotion, or dismissal, etc. The Summary of Rights outlines the major rights of consumers under the FCRA. State laws may also impose additional requirements.
Legislation an Compliance Updates
- Click on the links below to be routed to important information regarding legislation and regulatory updates regarding the use of consumer investigative reports. This information is provided as a courtesy to our clients and is updated frequently as eVerifile becomes aware of newly imposed legislation however, eVerifile does not guarantee that all regulatory updates are included as federal and state rulings change frequently. Please consult with your legal counsel on any screening regulatory questions you may have.