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(a) The Employer shall state in all solicitations or advertisements for employees that are reasonably likely to reach persons who are reasonably likely to seek employment in the City, that the Employer will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of this Article 49.
(b) The OLSE shall, by the operative date of this Article 49, publish and make available to Employers, in English, Spanish, Chinese, and all languages spoken by more than 5% of the San Francisco workforce, a notice suitable for posting by Employers in the workplace informing applicants and employees of their rights under this Article 49. The OLSE shall update this notice on December 1 of any year in which there is a change in the languages spoken by more than 5% of the San Francisco workforce.
(c) Employers shall post the notice described in subsection (b) in a conspicuous place at every workplace, job site, or other location in San Fran- cisco under the Employer’s control frequently visited by their employees or applicants, and shall send a copy of this notice to each labor union or representative of workers with which they have a collective bargaining agreement or other agree- ment or understanding, that is applicable to em- ployees in San Francisco. The notice shall be posted in English, Spanish, Chinese, and any lan- guage spoken by at least 5% of the employees at the workplace, job site, or other location at which it is posted.
(Former Sec. 4905 added by Ord. 176-13, File No. 130661, App. 7/31/2013, Eff. 8/30/2013; expired 9/30/2013)
(Former Sec. 4905 added by Ord. 61-01, File No. 002197, App. 4/20/2001; amended by Ord. 187-04, File No. 040759, App. 7/22/2004; repealed by Ord. 234-06, File No. 060892, App. 9/14/2006)