Posts Tagged: background screening

Do Employment Background Checks Take More Effort Than They’re Worth?

As a business owner or hiring manager, you’re likely already using employment background checks or have at least considered using them to screen your applicants and employees. One reason employers neglect to background check their employees is the belief that the process requires more effort than it’s worth. To evaluate this belief it’s important to… 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 »

Employment Screening Terminology (a.k.a. “How to Impress the Boss”)

Hiring new employees can sound like a straightforward process of collecting a few resumes, conducting interviews, checking references, and choosing the right candidate. But you would probably laugh at (or kick) anyone who would suggest that being a hiring manager is easy. Even in today’s economy when available talent is more plentiful, the complex legal… Read more »