Hot Latte With a Shot of Notice and Chance to Dispute

This is a preview. View original post on this site

Starbucks applicant Jonathan Santiago Rosario received a notification from Starbucks stating he was rejected from hiring consideration because of criminal history information contained in a third-party background investigation report.

Rosario disputed the accuracy of the information and the third-party background investigator removed it. But Starbucks did not reinstate Rosario’s job offer. Rosario brought a putative class action against Starbucks under the Fair Credit Report Act for failing to provide affected applicants with a copy of their background investigation reports and a summary of their rights under the FCRA before taking an adverse employment action.

Starbucks argued Rosario did

Read Complete Article



Take your job descriptions from boring to Boom with these Job Explainer Videos.

»Recruiting jobs

»Lever: the Modern ATS+CRM

»Recruiting Podcast