From building their own websites to recruiting and more, a lot of businesses are finding it is a time and money saver to bring some tasks in-house. If you are thinking about using an online DIY background screening site to handle your background screening, look at your options apples-to-apples. On the surface, the task of performing background screening
Background screening for pre-employment, tenants, business
Just in case you missed it, a law passed in CA (AB 622) back in October of 2015 which prohibits the use of the E-Verify system that is administered by the United States Citizenship and Immigrations services until after an offer of employment has been made. If you haven’t reviewed your E-Verify usage policies in a while, now is definitely the time to be sure you are compliant.
The one basic question that most HR professionals ask when thinking about background screening is: “What should I include in my pre-employment background check?” Finding a perfect-fit screening package for your company’s individual needs may require a custom plan, but there are some constants that will help ensure that only the best applicants are considered for employment.
In the ever-changing background checking industry, the main focus should always be accuracy and compliance. Accuracy to be sure you are getting the information your company needs to make the right hiring decisions and compliance to reduce your risk of liability.
In recent news, the shooting spree carried out by an individual who was an Uber driver in Kalamazoo, Michigan has everyone reeling from shock. We all want to know how could this possibly happen, what’s wrong with Uber’s hiring practices?
As the focus has turned to regulatory oversight, compliance is the topic to pay attention to in 2016. With more and more class-action lawsuits and concerns over data breaches, it is imperative to get it right.
Ever since 9-11, the days of terror activity being confined to traditional hard targets like government buildings, mass transit and sites of political or cultural significance is over. In light of recent events, it is increasingly important to be more prepared
Today’s workplace environment dictates a much more comprehensive approach. When you consider the potential loss from theft, violence, litigation, and the affects on your productivity, professional background screening is a must-have bargain that pays for itself many times over.