Disneyland Job Applicants Granted Class Cert. in FCRA Lawsuit

Two plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against Disneyland claim the business has made hundreds of adverse employment decisions based on job applicants’ background check reports without providing required notifications under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Without proper notice, potential employees cannot correct any errors before being denied employment. According to the plaintiffs, Disneyland also offered a disclosure form that contained extraneous information that by law should not have been there. The judge certified two different classes, which include U.S. residents who were the subject of a report that Disneyland solicited for employment purposes from Sterling Infosystems Inc. between Nov. 1, 2011 and the present.

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