Background Screening Resources
We are pleased to offer a selection of employment background screening resources. Please check back often as we continue to add useful material.
Our latest infographic helps to pull the pieces of a model background screening process together in one place. This model can be adapted to your HR hiring practices and will help your organization comply with the essential requirements contained in the EEOC’s guidance.
While an extended workforce can offer many benefits, it also brings clear risks that many organizations unfortunately fail to properly manage. In fact, while temporary, contract, and contingent workers often have the same access to company assets as traditional employees, 65% of companies fail to uphold the same screening requirements of their extended staff.
As you put practices in place to hire the right people, your employment practices will be put to the tests of many stakeholders. This Employment Screening Surivival Kit is loaded with vital information to help you build a winning program.
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Selecting a background screening company typically involves a process of asking for referrals or conducting an online search, reviewing the websites of several companies, narrowing down the selections to a few that appear well-suited, then requesting quotes from those top choices. Regardless your needs, there are several important factors to consider in the process of choosing a background screening provider. Download our whitepaper to discover 9 tips for selecting your provider.
Our June 19,2012 webinar was part 2 in our two-part series on the triple threat of EEOC and FTC regulation, state and federal legislation, and private party litigation in the context of corporate employment background screening programs.
In case you missed our webinar on June 12, 2012, watch the instant video replay here. This webinar is part 1 a series that discusses the triple threat of EEOC and FTC regulation, state and federal legislation, and private party litigation in the context of corporate employment background screening programs.
This FTC Facts for Business publication explains your mandatory obligations as an employer when it comes to the use of consumer reports (background checks) for employment purposes. It is strongly advised that all employers understand and follow these guidelines. If you have questions about how these rules apply to your business, ask us. Download the FTC Publication >
Download this free guide presents to receive a useful overview of pre employment background screening, including the reasons to screen, the background screening process, types of background checks, legal considerations and much more. Download guide >
Download this in-depth guide to learn why 80% of corporate America relies on employment background screening, how to build a background screening program, compliance issues, and much more. Download guide >
What is the dollar value of your employment background screening program? How can ROI of screening be measured? In this white paper we've detailed a common sense approach to measuring the ROI of your screening efforts. Download white paper >
Download this white paper to read an in-depth analysis of human capital risk management and the role of employment screening in reducing human capital risk. Download white paper >