Job applicants in California don’t have to worry about answering a certain question on applications anymore: Have you ever been arrested on a marijuana charge?
Individual class actions have forced more than 100 companies in California in recent years to omit questions on applications about arrests that did not result in a conviction as well as questions about marijuana convictions that are more than two years old, which popped up on a number of company applications
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