Posts Tagged: risk assessment

The Critical Role of a Role-Related Risk Assessment in Employment Screening

Organizations consist of a set of interlocking roles arranged to achieve the goals of the business. A large proportion of the total risk in a modern organization is found in these roles that make it work.  As workers become more independent and inter-dependent, they create new sources of risk in access to resources, networks, and… Read more »

Employment Screening as a Risk Management Strategy

As the saying goes, “No risk, no reward.” Every organization has risks to face. And while it’s unrealistic to think we can prevent every loss, certain risks demand our attention. In employment screening, we address key human capital risks – those related to the “human factor” of the organization. Specifically, employment screening is designed to… Read more »

EEOC Sends Shivers up the Spine with Its 2012-2016 Strategic Plan

The EEOC made a clear, spine tingling statement with its recently approved strategic plan for FY 2012-2016. Employers with the potential for systemic discrimination issues, beware. The agency plans to focus its litigation enforcement mechanism on ‘systemic’-type cases that have the potential for broad, widespread impact on an industry, occupation, business, or geographic area. This… Read more »