On April 12, 2019, Colorado’s House Bill 1025 – known as the “Ban the Box” law – cleared the state legislature and moved to the governor’s desk for final signature. In doing so, Colorado joins the growing number of states that have passed legislation aimed at removing the check box that asks if applicants have a criminal record from hiring applications. Colorado becomes the 12th state to get behind this initiative, in addition to many municipalities that have placed limitations on criminal background inquirRead more »
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