What Employers Should Know Before Considering Arrests and Pending Charges

Presented by

Pamela Devata Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP and Courtney Stieber, Associate Seyfarth Shaw LLP

About this talk

Discovering that a candidate has an arrest record should not be taken lightly; however, you may want to think twice before you automatically dismiss that candidate. Using a candidate’s criminal history to make employment decisions could violate certain rules and regulations set forth by the EEOC. In other words, it could get you in big legal trouble. Don’t let that happen to you. Register today for What Employers Should Know Before Considering Arrests and Pending Charges on Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 12:00 PM (CST) In this webinar, employment law experts Pamela Devata and Courtney Stieber will help you make sense of the rules around dealing with candidates who have arrests and pending charges. They’ll discuss -How to navigate ban the box regulations and other local and state laws. -The EEOC’s guidance on arrests and pending charges. -Best practices when considering pending cases in employment decisions.

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