You might assume that those who work in high-trust professions, such as medical doctors, would naturally adhere to a strict set of ethics, and therefore may not require the same strict background screening that would …READ MORE
According to a recent Fast Company magazine article, “the U.S. State Department is reportedly threatening to deny some bloggers and social media users security clearances.” Of course they aren’t referring to just any bloggers …READ MORE
The Washington Times recently reported that the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation, after receiving nearly $1 million a year to provide child care services under the federal Head Start program, failed to meet basic …READ MORE
In case you missed our webinar last month, we have scheduled a second installment of our Employment Verifications webinar. Join us for this free webinar to learn:
* The role of employment verifications and reference checks …READ MORE
University of Miami Accused of Racial Discrimination for Rejecting Job Applicants Based on Employment Credit Checks
A lawsuit filed in Miami federal court on November 22, 2010 alleges that the use of employment credit checks by the University of Miami constitutes discriminatory hiring practices, as defined by Title VII of the …READ MORE
A recent NPR story titled, Job Seekers Find Bias Against The Unemployed, reported a growing concern and feeling among unemployed workers about the hurdles they face when trying to get new jobs in today’s economy.
The …READ MORE
Many law enforcement agencies are combing thorough social networking profiles of applicants to gain a more holistic picture of a candidate’s background.READ MORE
As an employer you are intimately aware of the I-9 Form. But do you understand the complete picture of employment eligibility verification and your responsibilities under the law? The hidden complexities might surprise you.
The …READ MORE