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New Jersey Man Admits to Major Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering Operations

New Jersey Man Admits to Major Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering Operations In a significant development in the ongoing battle against drug trafficking, Sean Tighe, a 42-year-old from New Jersey, has pleaded guilty to serious charges related to the distribution of controlled substances and money laundering. The plea was entered in federal court, marking a crucial step in addressing the …

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The Paul Rosenzweig Military Contractor Spy Scandal: A Cautionary Tale for Employers

In a world where corporate espionage and insider threats are increasingly becoming a concern, the case of Paul Rosenzweig serves as a stark reminder of the vulnerabilities that organizations face. Rosenzweig, a former military contractor, was embroiled in a scandal that not only compromised national security but also highlighted the intricate challenges employers face in safeguarding their proprietary information. Background …

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Faulty Background Checks Put Louisiana Nursing Home Residents at Risk

A recent audit by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) has revealed serious flaws in the background check process for nursing home workers in Louisiana. The audit found that a significant number of nursing homes failed to properly complete background checks on their non-licensed employees, leaving residents vulnerable to potential harm. The Audit’s Findings: Recommendations and Solutions: The OIG report …

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9 Everything You Need to Know About E-Verify

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 itself is Internet-based and uses information from an employee’s I-9 form and Employment Eligibility Verification, the DHS and Department of State (DOS) records to confirm the employee is authorized to …

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When a New Hire Fails the Background Check: What to do?

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 do when your new hire fails their background check? Do you rescind  the job offer? Step 1. Verify the Information Verify the background check records actually belong to the candidate. …

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