While Cannabidiol (CBD) has gained popularity for its purported wellness benefits, its use raises complicated issues for safety-sensitive employees subjected to Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing.
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A background check is a pre-employment screening process used by employers to verify a candidate's identity and review their personal and professional history.
With advancements in technology and changing laws, the future of background checks looks very different from what it used to be.
Section 23:291.2 - Criminal history; hiring decisions A. Unless otherwise provided by law, when making a hiring decision, an employer shall not request or consider an arrest record or charge that did not result in a conviction, if such information is received in the course of a background check.
When it comes to background checks, many people think of state criminal records, but it's important to remember that federal criminal records also play a crucial role in uncovering an individual's criminal history.
Louisiana background check laws regulate the use of criminal history information for employment and licensing purposes. These laws are designed to protect the rights of individuals while also ensuring that employers and licensing agencies have access to relevant information about potential employees and licensees.
As we move into 2023, it's essential to stay informed about the latest developments in drug testing to ensure that your organization remains compliant and effective in its drug testing program.