No, no such disclosure is required by law. Why are there young children wandering around unsupervised at a place of business such that a disclosure of the fact would make any difference?
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Not exactly. If they do not and the new hire commits a sex crime against an employee or a relative of an employee, they might be able to be sued. Legally, though, there is no requirement that they do so. Unfortunately, except for unionized workers, or government employees, the rest of us have almost no rights as an employee.
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