Wash. city council might ban criminal-history check box

06/9/2013 | Seattle Times, The

The Seattle City Council is considering barring businesses from asking job candidates about their criminal history until later in the application process. The bill would ban businesses from using a check box that indicates whether candidates have been convicted of a crime. Jobs that work with children, the disabled or the elderly, as well as law enforcement positions, would be exempt.

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