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Dealing with Arrest and Conviction Records in the Workplace: We Are Locking Ourselves Up and It Doesn’t Need to be This Way

State Bar of Wisconsin's Rethinking Employment Discrimination Seminar

Michael Best Attorney Eric H. Rumbaugh present on the topic "Dealing with Arrest and Conviction Records in the Workplace: We Are Locking Ourselves Up and It Doesn’t Need to be This Way?" at the State Bar of Wisconsin's Rethinking Employment Discrimination Seminar on April 29, 2015.

The presentation will cover:


  • Employers’ conflicting legal duties on how to handle employee criminal records
  • Current state of Wisconsin and federal law regarding what employers must, should and must not do in gathering and using information regarding arrest and conviction records for employees and applicants
  • Practical steps businesses can take to meet their conflicting duties
  • Policy issues involved in assessing employee criminal records
  • Some possible solutions


For an agenda and full event information, click here.

State Bar Center
5302 Eastpark Blvd.
Madison, WI 53718

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