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Los Angeles Ordinance Limits Certain Employers' Consideration of Criminal History

Los Angeles Ordinance Limits Certain Employers' Consideration of Criminal History

Ordinance Effective January 22, 2017

  • The ordinance generally applies to (among other entities) employers that are located or doing business in Los Angeles, and that employ 10 or more employees--including the owner(s) and management and supervisorial employees.
  • The ordinance generally applies to (among other entities) employers that are located or doing business in Los Angeles, and that employ 10 or more employees--including the owner(s) and management and supervisorial employees.
  • The ordinance generally applies to (among other entities) employers that are located or doing business in Los Angeles, and that employ 10 or more employees--including the owner(s) and management and supervisorial employees.
  • The ordinance generally applies to (among other entities) employers that are located or doing business in Los Angeles, and that employ 10 or more employees--including the owner(s) and management and supervisorial employees.

Note: There are exceptions to certain provisions of the ordinance where (among other things) an employer is required by law to obtain information regarding a conviction of an applicant or an employer is prohibited by law from hiring an applicant who has been convicted of a crime.

The ordinance contains additional details, requirements, and exceptions. Click here to read the text of the ordinance.


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