California law currently prohibits an employer from asking an applicant to disclose, or from utilizing as a factor in determining whether or not to hire the applicant, information concerning an arrest or detention that did not result in a conviction. SB 530 now also prohibits an employer from asking about or using information regarding an employee’s conviction that was judicially dismissed or ordered sealed.
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Employers may not ask applicants for information about sealed convictions
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