Questions about criminal records in Michigan are limited to felony charges.
The backgrounds of health professionals may be investigated before being granted licenses. Licensing will be denied if statutorily-specified convictions are discovered.
In Michigan, private security guard licensees must take fingerprints of their employees and prospective employees--employees may be employed temporarily pending processing and approval.
Unless the requirement is waived, all persons employed by a broker-dealer, commodity issuer or investment advisor who are regularly employed must be fingerprinted as a condition of employment.
It is unlawful for Michigan employers to compel newly hired employees or employees returning from leave to pay the cost of fingerprinting.
It is a crime in Michigan for a person to obtain or attempt to obtain another
person's personal identity information with the intent of unlawfully using the
information to obtain employment without the person's authorization.