3D CIRCUIT TO DECIDE IF WORKER CAN BE FIRED FOR REFUSING CREDIT CHECK Kelchner v. Sycamore Manor Health Ctr. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

3D CIRCUIT TO DECIDE IF WORKER CAN BE FIRED FOR REFUSING CREDIT CHECK Kelchner v. Sycamore Manor Health Ctr. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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3D CIRCUIT TO DECIDE IF WORKER CAN BE FIRED FOR REFUSING CREDIT CHECK

Kelchner v. Sycamore Manor Health Ctr.

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A federal appeals panel in Pennsylvania has granted immediate review of a trial judge's novel ruling that a health care worker can be fired for refusing to sign a “blanket authorization” allowing her employer to obtain her credit report.
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