Posts Tagged: hr

How Well Do You Understand How to Use Criminal Records for Employment Screening?

Criminal Records for Employment Screening

As an HR manager or employer, chances are good you use criminal background checks to inform your hiring decisions. A new study from the National Association of Professional Background Screeners found that 96% of employers use some form of background check on their employees and 94% of those use criminal background checks. While your hope… Read more »

HR Trends Series: HR Takes a Seat at the Risk Table

HR at the Risk Table

Globally interconnected information networks and supply chains, pushed by rapidly evolving technology, are changing the meaning of work as well as the methods of managing it. Successfully coordinating the services and products needed for the decentralized organizations in this new work world is a demanding high wire act where the failure of making a hand-off… Read more »

Your Candidate Has a Criminal Record. Now What?

Did you know that fully 1 in three Americans has a criminal background of some kind? Given that frequency, it is almost certain that an employer who conducts background checks as part of the hiring process (90% of employers do) will find applicants with criminal records. If employers used this background information to exclude anyone… Read more »

The Employment Screening Process: A Bird’s Eye View [Infographic]

Now more than ever, employers are urged to define and use an employment background screening process that is fair to candidates, passes muster with the EEOC, and also mitigates employment risks. We realize this is far easier said than done, especially given the loosely-defined guidelines of the EEOC. Our latest infographic helps to pull the… Read more »