Reasons to Implement Continuous Criminal Monitoring in the Workforce

Reasons to Implement Continuous Criminal Monitoring in the Workforce Traditionally, employers would conduct an employment background check on a new hire to ensure proper suitability with the organization; however, the screening should not stop there. More and more employers are starting to move toward a “continuous criminal monitoring” model as part of their ongoing duties…

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Top 4 Trends in Background Screening for 1QT 2019

The first quarter of 2019 is already behind us if you can believe it! I love our industry because it doesn’t stay stagnant, in fact it’s very fluid with laws always changing (sometimes more than just once in a year). This means that as a company we have to stay ahead of the curve to not only navigate these compliance waters with our clients but also maintain strict procedures with state and federal regulators.

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10 Recommendations for a Compliant Employment Background Screening Process

10 Powerful Recommendations for a Compliant Background Screening Program When an employer decides to hire or promote an employee, they should have a non-discriminatory legally compliant background screening program in place. Not only does this help employers ensure they are hiring the right person for the position, it also limits their organization’s exposure to negligent hiring…

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Industry Related Background Checks

Industry Related Background Checks Background checks are not a “one-size-fits-all” type of service. In fact, it is highly advised that certain industries conduct specific searches based on the positions they hire for. Employers must identify each position within their organization, and identify any special industry related background checks that they feel would assist in making…

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We Received a Criminal Record, Now What?

The hot button topic right now for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is whether to allow criminal background checks to factor into an employment decision. The EEOC feels that minorities are being discriminated against due to a previous criminal record, whether they were convicted of the crime or not. The EEOC has gone as…

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