Screening News Update – August 28, 2015
- OPM Hit With Class Action Law Suit
- Credit Check Ban When Hiring?
- E-Verify Set To Expire
- Nabbed For Ignoring Ban The Box
A child pornography arrest puts a spotlight on possible problems with how school districts in Kansas screen prospective bus drivers and other personnel.
Bullying is a hot buzz word these days. Usually we picture bullies in the school yard. But in reality, there might be more in America’s board rooms and office buildings.
Have you ever compared your payroll data to your I-9 records? Would you have even thought to do such a thing? Many business owners don’t realize that this is a great way to self-audit your I-9 information and possibly head-off significant fines should Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) show up at your door.
The Screening News Network has already posted some of the interviews from the show, but we thought you might like to get a closer look at what it takes to put on the fabulous event. You're about to get a look at what happens behind the scenes!
Accuracy is our first priority at EBI. This may be stating the obvious, but criminal record search results must be accurate to be useful in employment decisions. Results must also be accurate to protect the organization making the decision. Ensuring accuracy, however, sometimes impacts the length of time needed to return results to our client – turnaround time.
We all know that one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch, but in the world of background screening, it’s just one antiquated court system that can destroy an applicant’s hopes for landing a job.
Chuck E. Cheese will pay nearly $2 million to settle the California based suit that alleges job applicants were not provided the required disclosures about background checks performed during the hiring process.