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Hello,Thats for using JustAnswer. A candidate is entitled to view their entire consumer background report which does include any social security traces that were completed. Any potential employer has no reason to exclude certain aspects of the report.Feel free to ask follow up questions if you would like and please don't forget to rate me so that I receive credit for addressing your question (it does not cost anything additional)Thank you,
Not the candidate, I am referring to the employer. I have read that employers (end-user) are now not allowed to receive the results from the Social Trace only now.
CRA's can run a Social Trace but only to be used on their end to match identifiers and find address history to know what courts to search for criminal records.
I wanted to know the reason why employers (end-user) cannot receive the social trace result any longer?
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I am not finding any law that states that an employer cannot use Social Trace any longer; only that the employer cannot use those results themselves to be the basis for any employment decisions or the taking any adverse action.
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