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
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