Employment Background Check State Laws

When it comes to employment background checks employers not only have to follow federal laws such as the FCRA and Title VII, but many states and cities have enacted their own laws when it comes to how employers may collect and utilize public records such as criminal records and credit reports in the hiring process.

Do you want to see what employers see?

What you may not know is that you can run your own background check prior to applying for any jobs. In fact, obtaining your own report can help you identify any possible issues and get them resolved before an employer has a chance to even see them.

Ready to take charge of your background? Run your personal background check today and see what employers will see.

Your True Me Background Report

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