“Employee Background Checks: The New Compliance Arena” (NYLJ, March 16) focused on criminal background checks while discussing employer obligations under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act and the 2015 New York City statute, the Fair Chance Act. It is worth noting that employers in the five boroughs also have important obligations under another city law that was enacted around the same time as the Fair Chance Act, the Stop Credit Discrimination in Employment Act (SCDEA).
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