Efficacy of Ban-the-Box Laws Challenged, Heightened Opportunity for Law Change Highlighted, opines C

Ban-the-Box laws have existed in the United States for several years and have spread across several states and municipalities, but the efficacy of these laws has recently been challenged in new studies. Adam Almeida, President and CEO of offers his opinion: "Ban-the-Box laws have greatly altered the environment in which criminal background records are reported during a pre-employment background check and recent challenges to the effectiveness of ban-the-box laws will certainly create further confusion thereby highlighting an immediate and urgent need for employers to work with third-party pre-employment background screening agencies in order to maintain full compliance with law."

Waltham, MA (PRWEB) August 10, 2017 - For the last several years Ban-the-Box laws and legislation have been enacted in several states and a variety of municipalities but have recently come under fire by academic studies. Adam Almeida, President and CEO of opines: "Laws change very quickly and these recent studies covering the efficacy of Ban-the-Box legislations may certainly point to a new round of legal challenges and changes in laws that very well could affect hiring managers and their pre-employment background screening policies." FULL RELEASE

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