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Published on Mar 7, 2013
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently issued guidance to all employers on when the use of information from a criminal background check may expose the employer to liability. This workshop on Criminal Background Checks examined the consequences of employers' increased use of these checks, the current state of the law and where the law might be heading in the near future. The workshop was presented at the December 2012 Human Rights Symposium, sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
Speaking in this video: workshop presenters Carl C. Lehmann, Principal, Gray Plant Mooty and Emily Baxter, Director, Public Policy and Advocacy, Council on Crime and Justice.
The panel also included Judge Pamela Alexander, President, Council on Crime and Justice.