My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Pa
After being given an employment offer, I was sent a Pre-Adverse Action notice based on information in my background check. The first was for a charge that was withdrawn and the second was for a summary charge.
I've been googling a lot trying to find out if this is legal, and from the info I gathered, (but am having a hard time deciphering) it is my understanding that this is illegal for a potential employer to revoke the offer of employment based on a charge that I was not convicted of and for a summary charge which I plead guilty to. If this is the case, which I am not certain it is, what recourse do I have?
Since I received the notice, I was told that this company has a pattern of doing this, and since they seem to feel it is their duty to hold others accountable for their past conduct, maybe it's time that this company is held accountable for their present consistent conduct, if they are breaking any laws.
Here are links to information that I have gathered. I just need someone to explain if I understand it correctly, and if so, who would I contact for help? Do I contact ECCO then hire a private attorney?
http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI...1.024.000..HTM 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 9124 (b 1 & 3)