Background Screening

Tip of the Month: Safeguarding Employee Data

From the moment an applicant applies for a position all the way through signing hiring documents and going through onboarding, the employ is collecting sensitive data that must be stored, secured, and if no longer relevant destroyed.  This includes driver’s license numbers, I-9 records, W-4’s, as well as information obtained during a pre-employment background check, […]


Complying with the Fair Chance Act

California’s Assembly Bill 1008, better known as the Fair Chance Act went into effect on January 1, 2018 and prohibits employers from asking about conviction history until after a job offer is made.  The law applies to all California employers with five or more employees.  California is serious about AB 1008.  To that effect, they […]