A new lawsuit alleges
The form includes language stating that job applicants and existing employees will hold the home improvement giant harmless on any claims they might have stemming from a signed background-check authorization, the proposed class action filed Feb. 1 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California says.
That violates the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Ross Mitchell alleges. The FCRA mandates that...
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