SACRAMENTO, Calif. April 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Nora Campos San Jose
In addition to the prohibition the bill would place on requirements that applicants provide prospective employees with access to their social media accounts, AB 1844 specifically eliminates an employer’s responsibility to search or monitor social media before hiring the employee as part of its duty under existing law to exercise reasonable care in employing a person and is required to use reasonable care to discover whether a potential employee is unfit or incompetent.
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Legislative History of AB 1844
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AB 746 is Assemblymember Campos’ Cyber Bullying legislation. This bill simply clarifies the language of the existing law to specifically include any posts on social networking sites in the definition of bullying. This bill has received wide support from various stakeholders.
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Assemblymember Campos also serves on the Santa Clara County Public Health Department’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Leadership Team and is on the Honorary Council for Destination: Home.
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