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The San Francisco "Fair Chance Ordinance" Places New Limits on Employers' Use of Criminal History Information

24 February 2014

Employment Alert

A new San Francisco ordinance, enacted February 17, 2014 and operative August 16, 2014, will impact the application and hiring procedures for most employers who do business in the city. The ordinance — named the Fair Chance Ordinance — places new limits on a covered employer's ability to obtain and use criminal history information for job applicants.

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