Posts Tagged: EEOC

Give Your Background Screening Process a Sniff Check

If you rely on background checks to screen candidates and employees, you already have some sort of background screening process in place. Whether formal or informal, structured or loosely-defined, there are certain steps you take to ensure each individual is screened. So, have you thought about how your process would stand up to scrutiny should… Read more »

Background Screening and the Revised EEOC ADA Regulations: What You Need to Know

You may recall the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAA).  Effective Jan 1, 2009 the ADAAA made a number of significant changes to the definition of “disability.”  In turn, it also required the EEOC to amend its own ADA regulations to reflect those found in the ADAAA. If you employ 15 or more employees, if… Read more »