My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: California.
I am about to undergo a background check being executed by a third party for a normal large company, and I have two questions.
First, according to the ICRAA, criminal convictions cannon be disclossed on an ICR after seven years. Does anyone have experience where an old conviction was left off of background check, meaning that you passed the background check?
My second question deals with my unique circumstance. I have a conviction in New York on 6/2005, which is older than 7 years. I lived in NY until 12/2005, meaning I have to put down the address on the form. Does anyone have any experience in getting a background check where the older than sevon year conviction was out of state? Did you pass the background check when you were a California resident?
I appreciate the calls to be honest, but I would like to know how the ICRAA applies in real life. Any prompt response is greatly appreciated, as I need to fill this out soon.