How can Adjudication Services Help Smooth Out Your Hiring Process? Hiring can be a bear. A time consuming, complicated, disappointing bear, at that. While background checks are just a part
Most American employers conduct background checks as part of their hiring approach. According to a survey from HR.com, 96 percent of employers conduct at least one type of pre-employment background check.
Since the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders began, states are opening back up with different timelines and restrictions. Many companies are bringing back furloughed or laid-off employees under state and county guidelines.
The EEOC published an update on June 17th, 2020 that prohibits employers mandating C-19 antibody testing for employees returning to the worksite. https://www.eeoc.gov/newsroom/eeoc-issues-updated-covid-19-technical-assistance-publication-addressing-antibody-testing. Please reference the EEOC technical assistance Questions and Answers
FMCSA has issued a three-month waiver for conducting certain pre-employment testing requirements applicable to employers of commercial drivers subject to 49 CFR part 382. This waiver is effective June 5, 2020
When you’re a small business owner resources are sometimes limited and you forgo certain things that larger companies can afford, but doing background check shouldn’t be one of them. Building
Rescreening ensures that changes in employee circumstances were being accounted for as they moved through their career According to a report from MoneyControl.com, repeat background checks, or “re-screenings,” are slowly
Every volunteer should go through a thorough background screening as part of their volunteer application process and rechecked every couple of years. Gone are the days when background checks were
The civilian head of the Air Force said that the military is trying to figure out why a domestic violence offense for the man suspected of killing 26 people at
What is E-Verify? E-Verify is a system administered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Verification Division and the Social Security Administration. The system
HR Strategies for dealing with Nurse & Nurse Aide Shortages Nurse and nurse aide shortages are predicted to continue. By 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a
Each year, more than 600,000 people are released from Federal and State prisons, and millions more are released from local jails. One in three working-age Americans has an arrest record.
As of January 1st, 2018, a new state law affecting 7 million Californians will change the way businesses think about hiring. Signed by Governor Brown on October 14th, AB1008 –
When Should Employers Consider Criminal History Records? Employers depend on accurate criminal history records when making a hiring decision based on background screening. A criminal background check is used to
Background checks and new hires? Every employer has an obligation to prevent negligent hiring, to reduce the risk of data breaches, and to ensure workplace safety. So what do you
Police were called to an apartment complex outside Atlanta in the dark hours of Monday morning to find an extremely intoxicated 16-year-old girl with her pants around her ankles, they