Compliance Update: A Pennsylvania senior living retirement community is facing a federal lawsuit over claims it denied employment based on a positive marijuana drug test.
Compliance Update: A nationwide employer recently saw its summary judgment win in a Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) class action suit thrown out the window in California state court.
When it comes to legal and regulatory change, employers and the human resources professionals who handle the hiring and onboarding processes often struggle to keep pace.
Compliance Update: In contrast to a recent court ruling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit found a plaintiff lacked standing to bring suit over an employer’s allegedly deficient disclosure form and adverse action process required under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
Compliance Update: A recent case focused on the termination of an employee due to a positive drug test for marijuana that was the result of CBD oil use.
Asurint’s April webinar will help you keep your head amidst a shifting legal landscape.
Compliance Update: The Florida State Senate recently passed “Miya’s Law” mandating background checks of apartment employees following a tragic incident where Miya Marcano was kidnapped and murdered by a maintenance worker who used a master key to gain access to her apartment.
Compliance Update: A recent decision from the Middle District of North Carolina provides employers with ample reason to double-check their adverse action compliance.