California Investigates Apple Barring Felony Convicts As Construction Workers

Apple fired several workers in January hired to help build its new Campus 2 on One Infinite Loop because of their criminal past.

Wed April 08, 2015 - National Edition
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The NBC Bay Area Affiliate is reporting that A California senator from San Francisco wants Apple to change one of its hiring policies: The Cupertino-based company won’t hire construction workers with past felony convictions.

Apple fired several workers in January hired to help build its new Campus 2 on One Infinite Loop because of their criminal past, union leaders first told the San Francisco Chronicle. They told the newspaper said it was unusual because other tech companies do not have such policies for construction workers.

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