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New York City Officially ‘Banned The Box’ For Job Applicants, Increases Chance Of Hiring Sherley Boursiquot | October 29, 2015 New York City’s “Ban the Box” law, the Fair Chance Act, went into effect Tuesday, October 27, 2015 prohibiting employers in the city from inquiring criminal history of job applicants until the final stages of […]

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The Independent: New Yorkers are no longer required to disclose criminal history on job applications

New Yorkers are no longer required to disclose criminal history on job applications Activists say the Fair Chance Act is the most progressive law in the country Emma Bracy | October 29th, 2015   New Yorkers applying for jobs will no longer be required to disclose a criminal history, thanks to new legislation. The Fair […]

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DNAinfo: Employers Can’t Ask About Criminal Background on Job Applications Anymore

Employers Can’t Ask About Criminal Background on Job Applications Anymore Anton Nilsson | October 27, 2015 NEW YORK CITY — New York’s civil rights organizations celebrated Tuesday as a new piece of legislation took effect, limiting when employers in New York City can ask job applicants about their criminal pasts. The Fair Chance Act, which was signed […]

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Prison Reform 2015: Amid US Inmate Release, Employers Wary Of Lawsuits From Job Applicant Criminal Record Legislation Aaron Morrison| October 28, 2015 Job seekers sitting down for an interview with Michael Kaufman, manager of a commercial printer in New Jersey, might typically hear these questions: “What’s your work history like?,” “Can you explain this gap […]

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