TMI: The 9th Circuit finds that in an employment disclosure too much is too much

Last week, the 9th Circuit issued an opinion that goes into some detail about what may – and what may not – be included in a “disclosure.”  The Court partially revived a job applicant’s claims against Fred Meyer, a grocery chain. The appeals court overturned the district court’s finding that the plaintiff, Daniel Walker, failed… Continue reading TMI: The 9th Circuit finds that in an employment disclosure too much is too much

Government-run background checks take too long; Private sector checks are better and faster

A recent story in the New York Post highlights how long it can sometimes take for the government to conduct a criminal background check and how dangerous that delay can be.  A recent Post story notes that “[New York C]ity’s top watchdog agency [the Department of Investigation or DOI] is so behind in conducting background… Continue reading Government-run background checks take too long; Private sector checks are better and faster