employment. they are not going to have us do live scan finger print background check..
It really depends on the depth of background, for example criminal driving convictions stay on your driving record forever, but will only show up if they do a driving record check. Best of luck
Under California law, the a background check can only show convictions, and if its a misdemeanor conviction, they can only go back 7 years. Expunged or dismissed convictions cannot show on the background check, and if the employer decides to take adverse action, it has to provide you with a copy of the background check before doing anything. If any of this applies to you, and you lose your job as a result of the background check, contact an attorney who handles cases under the Fair Credit Reporting Act as soon as possible.
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