Law that gave public more insight stops employers' discrimination

The Merced Sun-Star

Understanding the use of Megan's law when hiring and firing employees can help prevent costly litigation. Before terminating a sex offender, employers must consider the employee's rights, the possibility of adverse public relations, and the possible harm of keeping them employed. San Francisco Shareholder Rod Fliegel explains, "[n]ot all registered sex offenders are sexually violent," when referring the to different types of registered sex offenders.