25 CFR 63.19 - When should an employer deny employment or dismiss an employee?

§ 63.19 When should an employer deny employment or dismiss an employee?
(a) An employer must deny employment or dismiss an employee when an individual has been found guilty of or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to any Federal, state or tribal offense involving a crime of violence, sexual assault, sexual molestation, child exploitation, sexual contact, prostitution, or crimes against persons.
(b) An employer may deny employment or dismiss an employee when an individual has been convicted of an offense involving a child victim, a sex crime, or a drug felony.
[61 FR 32274, June 21, 1996, as amended at 64 FR 66771, Nov. 30, 1999]

Title 25 published on 2013-04-01

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