Employers Choice Screening to exhibit at the 2012 Professionals in Human Resources Association Annual Conference
Employers Choice Screening to exhibit at the 2012 Professionals in Human Resources Association Annual Conference being held at the Anaheim Convention Center on August 27-29, 2012. Please stop by our booth (101) for exciting raffles, giveaways, or just to say hi. Convention Center Booth 101 Stop by to win a Kindle Fire (One will be…Details
Employers Choice Screening Exhibiting at the 33rd Annual California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Convention
Employers Choice Screening to exhibit at the 33rd Annual California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Convention being held at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley on August 17, 2012.
Please stop by our booth for information regarding our services, giveaways, or just to say hi.
Due to a recent ruling by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), social media searches are allowed to be included in the background screening process. This is a somewhat controversial decision, as no regulations are in place to guide employers and background screening companies. What parameters are screening companies going to use when reporting social media…Details
Applicant Dispute Process For Disqualified Job Applicants What must be done if a company decides not to hire an applicant based on the results of their background report? Do you notify the applicant via phone and tell them they are no longer a candidate for the position or do you simply move on, waiting for…Details
Posted on April 17, 2013 by cfarzad Reduce Employee Turnover by conducting employment background checks on all new hires. Certain industries experience higher turnover then others, retail for example has a 30% turnover rate. Below are turnover percentages based on industry: Retail 30% Utilities 14% Travel/Hotel 26% Health Svc 20% Government 15% *Bureau of National…Details
Employee background check companies have become a necessity for conducting background checks on potential employees. With applicants making false claims in both their applications and resumes, it is safer for employers to engage the services of background check services to ensure the workplace stays safe. Screening applicants helps discover those who have a criminal history…Details
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is still hard at work investigating employers they feel are violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. A recent EEOC letter explains “Excluding people from employment due to criminal records may raise issue under Title VII, especially if it disproportionately harms people of a particular race…Details
Score one for the employer! Last week U.S. District Court of Maryland Judge Roger Titus granted Freeman’s motion for summary judgment and dismissed the case of EEOC vs. Freeman. Freeman, a leading integrated marketing solutions provider was slapped with a lawsuit by the EEOC back in 2009. The EEOC claimed that Freeman discriminated against African…Details
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) was dealt a huge blow when it experienced a dismissal of its claim against Kaplan Higher Education Corp. The EEOC alleged that Kaplan violated Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act through taking into account applicants’ credit history when making an employment decision. The decision handed down by…Details