Indiana Bill Stopping Ban-the-Box Ordinances May Dramatically Alter Employment Screening Laws; Opine

Waltham, MA (PRWEB) June 12, 2017 - A recent law in Indiana, Senate Bill 312, outlaws city and county legal entities from enacting localized ‘ban-the-box' legislation in order to unify ‘ban-the-box' legislation at the statewide level. Adam Almeida, President and CEO of offers an opinion: "The new law in Indiana will create an easier legal environment for businesses to operate regarding governance of pre-employment background screening and the use of criminal background records, but also should open the eyes of any hiring entity to the potential of change and the subsequent need to work with a well-qualified employment background screening company in order to remain compliant."

Recently the governor of Indiana, Eric Holcomb, signed Senate Bill 312 into law. FULL ARTICLE

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