Proclivity has been assessed and used (New Hampshire, I recall) to deny, or terminate, employment of social workers. Methinks, that is now illegal.
Here is an article on the use in post-conviction criminal cases, but also in civil cases. https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/07/the-sex-offender-test/397850/
I will look for specific cases of use in employment screening, but I know that at least one case in which, without an actual event, it resulted in a termination.
Additional reading, see Plethysmograph, this first reference specifically mentions its use in employment screening, albeit with legality caveat.