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In order to legally conduct a background check on an applicant, the employer must have which of the following? A written statement for the applicant stating that they agree to undergo an background check. A list of an applicant’s employment history that includes only criminal acts committed on the job. A list of criminal activities that an applicant committed from a CCAP search done by an employer.
Even though anyone can do a CCAP search it’s not that easy. There needs to be more communication between the employer and the applicant. Please try again! This isn’t the right solution Go Back
Just a little more effort, try harder The answer isn’t based off a list of criminal activities committed on the job. Hint: Agreement! Please try again! Go Back
According to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) an employer needs a job seeker’s permission to request for a criminal history report. There are legal consequences for employers who don’t comply with the FCRA. For more information: Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Credit Reports and Employment Background Checks: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/credit/cre36.pdf Correct!!!! For more information about serving ex-offenders, visit http://www.wisconsinjobcenter.org/exo/ or, contact Dom Tervalon email@example.com (608) 267-7259