I am interested in building a service that would compile this public record information with other information, that I may come from other sources, like the social media, maybe some private company records, etc. and I would sell this information to the willing employers for a subscription fee. If there is a way to identify the employees that file claims against employers, this information needs to be provided to the employers that are interested in figuring out if they are hiring somebody who is more likely to sue them and then it's their choice to take or not to take this risk.
So you're saying you want to build a service that makes a blacklist of people who employers would not want to hire, so that employers can reject them out-of-hand based on what might or might not even be accurate or relevant information. You would, of course, not make this information accessible to the employees themselves, as it would not be in your interest (as the seller of said service) to allow them the opportunity to know what information is available about them or give them a chance to respond to it.
Wow. Once you couple that with your dream state of uber-fascism where employees can be forced to work 23.9 hours a day for no pay at all, I'm glad I don't live where you want to live.
But of course your dream stat is all about giving more power to the powerful and further suppressing the working class. That is how you aim to deliver fascism for the people.