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Use of Credit Histories as an Employment Screening Tool

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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently held a public Commission meeting to hear testimony from representatives of various stakeholder groups as well as social scientists and the Federal Trade Commission on the growing use of credit histories as selection criteria in employment. In this week's podcast installment, we’ll be talking about the use of credit histories as selection criteria with Daniel Schwartz. Mr. Schwartz is a member of the law firm of Pullman & Comley, and has extensive trial and litigation experience in both federal and state courts. He represents employers in various employment law matters such as discrimination, human resources, retaliation and whistle blowing, and wage and hour issues. He is the author of The Connecticut Employment Law Blog, and is a frequent presenter on a wide range of employment law topics. His full contact information can be found at his firm's website, You can follow him on Twitter @danielschwartz.