In 2021, the California Court of Appeal ruled in All of Us or None of Us v. Hamrick that an individual’s date of birth (DOB) and driver’s license (DL) could no longer be used to identify criminal defendants in public records. The redaction of DOB and DL numbers in the state of California has caused delays and increased turnaround times for background check results. Efficient and timely background checks are essential to any hiring process and delays affect the employer, anxiously awaiting candidates, and the overall candidate experience.
To help us understand California’s DOB redaction changes, impact, and what can be done to address these hurdles, we brought in our partners from InformData for a webinar that explored:
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