Full background checks now required for Uber and Lyft drivers in CA
Uber paid a $7.5 million fine amidst claims that they used background checks on drivers without applicants’ knowledge or authorization to make hiring decisions. Just a few months earlier they had settled a case in California for $10 million over the quality of their checks. And a few months prior to that, another background check lawsuit had cost them $28.5 million. A small positive for the ride-sharing companies…the new law avoids the controversial fingerprint issue altogether, something they have been fighting against for quite a while.]]>
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