25 CFR 63.20 - What should an employer do if an individual has been charged with an offense but the charge is pending or no disposition has been made by a court?

§ 63.20 What should an employer do if an individual has been charged with an offense but the charge is pending or no disposition has been made by a court?
(a) The employer may deny the applicant employment until the charge has been resolved.
(b) The employer may deny the employee any on-the-job contact with children until the charge is resolved.
(c) The employer may detail or reassign the employee to other duties that do not involve contact with children.
(d) The employer may place the employee on administrative leave until the court has disposed of the charge.

Title 25 published on 2014-04-01

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