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Our technology invites the applicant to streamline their background check with one simple click. This allows employers to review one of the most commonly falsified claims presented by job applicants—employment and education history.
Rolling background checks are increasing in popularity for good reason. Companies can’t and shouldn’t rely on outdated screening results for the entirety of an individual’s employment.
Here are some pointers to ensure you’re recruiting and rescreening employees in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), which is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
On January 15, we celebrate the life and legacy of a man who completely changed the way our nation accepts, promotes, and encourages equality for everyone, no matter what they look like or where they come from.
As the national opioid epidemic rages on, more and more employers are being negatively affected by drug abuse in the workplace.
Smart businesses implement background check policies to protect themselves from fraud, theft, and other liabilities that are not easily foreseen. Almost always, it works like a charm. However, if a background check policy is implemented incorrectly, it can leave your company open to legal liabilities and litigation—even if you’re one of the largest, richest employers in the world.
The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to institute a new policy: periodic rescreening of current employees. It’s an HR policy more and more businesses are adopting nationwide, but too many are reluctant to consider.
Another well-known American employer agreed to settle a class-action FCRA lawsuit in the new year. Delta will pay $2.3 million after failing to provide proper background check disclosure. In other news, the new year is the ideal time for businesses to review the...
The national unemployment rate rose in December, but could this actually be a good sign for both employers and job-seekers? TheHill.com has the lowdown.
Happy new year from KRESS! As 2019 begins, let’s take a look at some of the biggest workplace stories from last year that we predict will continue to present HR and employment challenges over the next 12 months.