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Domino's Pizza refuses to supply background check to employees when asked for and refuse hiring.they took over 2 weeks to do a background check for a eligible employees and then when asked to receive this background check in writing the employee was refused.

the store manager said that this was not a requirement to provide any information concerning background checks to those that applied for a job. disappeared to be extreme prejudice on behalf of this store and in fact this background check never did exist in the first place.

this employee with you shoot a uniform and employees number and all requirements for filled prior to this background check.this for mains a mystery as to why this em was not hired.

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Anonymous
#582629

Under federal law, if the employer uses information from the consumer report for an "adverse action" - that is, denying the job applicant, terminating the employee, rescinding a job offer, or denying a promotion - it must take the following steps, which are explained further in the Federal Trade Commission's web site, www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/business/credit/bus08.shtm

Before the adverse action is taken, the employer must give the applicant a "pre-adverse action disclosure." This includes a copy of the report and an explanation of the consumer's rights under the FCRA.

A summary of consumer rights under the FCRA can be found at:

www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/credit/cre35.pdf

After the adverse action is taken, the individual must be given an "adverse action notice." This document must contain the name, address, and phone number of the employment screening company, a statement that this company did not make the adverse decision, rather that the employer did, and a notice that the individual has the right to dispute the accuracy or completeness of any of the information in the report

LadyScot
#581957

No company is required to supply you with a copy of the background check.That is not discrimination.

If you want to know what your background check shows, pay for one.

It is not discrimination and it is not illegal.You can however, be sued for libel for your post here.

Anonymous
to LadyScot #584258

do you operate out of a cracker jack box!!You don't have a clue what the rules are and should not be posting as if you have a clue!!

This appears to me to be threatening to this poster and as such can be followed up on!!I sure hope you have nothing to do with DOMINOS!!

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