Another recent bill (S1817), if passed, would require the police or other similar authority to inform a former employer when a former employee, who committed a crime in its workplace, has been released from incarceration or has violated the terms of his or her parole or probation. The bill provides that the notice shall occur only if the employer was responsible for notifying the police about the criminal activity.


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