Posts Tagged: ban the box

Employment Screening FAQ Series: “What Rights Do My Applicants Have?”

Applicant-Rights

As a background screening company, we field a wide range of questions from employers concerning their use of background checks in the hiring and retention of employees. Today we announce the start of a new series spotlighting some of our most frequently-asked questions and hopefully give you some information you can use to make better… Read more »

[Slideshow] 9 Burning Issues for HR in 2019

9 Burning Issues for HR in 2019

It seems that hiring and retention are becoming more complex and critical every day. In turn, the job of HR is becoming more complex and critical. Consider the more than 180 federal laws enforced by the Department of Labor. Or the fact that it costs employers 33% of a worker’s annual salary to hire a… Read more »

9 Hot Topics in HR for 2019 [Infographic]

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It’s that time of year again. Yes, of course, the holidays. But in the business world, it’s that time where we reflect on the months past and set goals and priorities for those that lie ahead. Like all areas of business, the realm of human resources is evolving fast. Changes in technology and society as… Read more »

HR Trends Series: Ban the Box is Sweeping the Nation

Ban the Box

Ban the Box—­the international civil rights movement aimed at persuading employers to remove the check box that asks if applicants have a criminal record from their hiring applications is more than a trend. It’s a movement that has taken a strong hold in the form of “Fair Chance” laws across an increasing number of states… Read more »

What the Law Says About Adverse Action

Adverse action in employment (the process of denying an employment opportunity to a candidate or employee because of something revealed in a background check) can land an employer in a rugged territory of cross-cutting laws and regulations. With the increased coverage of Ban the Box laws in many state and local jurisdictions overlapping the federal… Read more »