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California Employment Applications Must Exclude Certain Marijuana Convictions -- Starbucks v. Superior Court (Lords)

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An obscure provision of California law, Labor Code section 432.8, prohibits employers from asking job applicants about marijuana-related convictions which are more than two years old.  Most standard employment applications include a general question asking for disclosure of all criminal convictions.  As a practical matter California applications must therefore include a special disclaimer to inform applicants that  these marijuana read more

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Full post as published by California Labor & Employment Defense Blog on December 11, 2008 (boomark / email).

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