Frito-Lay settles FCRA class-action lawsuit for nearly $1M
Tags : FCRA Compliance
The snack manufacturer agreed to pay nearly $1M to settle claims that it failed to provide notice to job applicants and employees prior to taking adverse employment action against them based on information in a consumer report.
Each of the almost 3,000 class members who were allegedly denied the Fair Credit Reporting Act-mandated notice, if they do not opt out, will receive checks for approximately $200 under a settlement granted preliminary approval by a federal district court in California.
Source: Employment Law Daily Wrap Up, 8/10/2016
Everyone I have contacted at Certiphi has been a complete pleasure to work with. The Certiphi customer service rivals every other customer service I come in contact with. Everyone is always so professional, yet super nice! Thanks for all you do and keep up the amazing work and impeccable service that you provide!!!
Thank you so much! You have such an incredible reputation within our office; I think we would all say your customer service levels are continually at about 125%!
The response time has been very quick. The turnaround times are great. I love your systems and that I can go in and look at the process as its going.
It’s such a great customer service that you provide and I’m happy to tell that to anyone.
Working with Certiphi has been such a pleasure. Certiphi has taught me so much, not just about backgrounds but also the meaning of great business.
We flew through our NCQA licensure review. We very much appreciate Certiphi's help in earning a 100% score for the files!