This website was created to inform California employees of the deliberate disregard of the Investigative Consumer Reporting Agency Act (ICRAA) by Manpower.
The photo to the left on this page is a JPEG image of a non-compliant consent disclosure that Manpower has been providing to ALL employment applicants in California before procuring a background report.
The non-compliant consent disclosure fails to comply with California Civil Code section § 1786.16 and to contain the required name, address, and telephone number of the intended background company to prepare the report. If an employer like Manpower procures a background report without first obtaining a compliant consent disclosure from the employment candidate and they procure a background report the are in violation of the California Civil Code section § 1786.16
The check box is also required by California Civil Code section § 1786.16 but fails to comply because it is a dead link and does NOT trigger the report to be sent to the consumer if you had requested for a free copy of any report obtained by Manpower. If the employer fails to send a copy of the requested report to the employment candidate within three business days of receipt then a second violation has occurred.