According to a report from Resume Builder, ninety percent of companies intend to require employees to return to work at least part of the week in 2023. Five percent intend to fire workers who don’t return.
“Purple Squirrel” ads are for positions that are not actually available but are for jobs that organizations suspect “could” be needed in a year (or longer) time, and which could take that long to fill.
As a busy HR manager, things have been going well for you lately. Your company is hiring for numerous positions, so you’re conducting daily interviews and encountering qualified candidates who would be a great fit for the company.
Navigating the vast world of FCRA compliance can be overwhelming and confusing at times to say the least, not to mention the high stakes of noncompliance.
The foundation of a successful company often lies with its employees. A good team makes an ever-better company which is why companies expend a ton of resources in making sure they hire the right people.
The backbone of the background screening industry is criminal record checks at courthouses throughout the U.S. The screening industry has recently encountered multiple efforts to detract from the ability of consumer reporting agencies and courthouse researchers to provide accurate and up-to-date criminal records in a timely fashion. The Consequences of Privacy Michigan and California have […]
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect how we live and conduct business, including the drug testing industry which is currently experiencing unprecedented testing delays due to a variety of factors.
While the US employment market has seen an explosion in the use of pre-employment criminal background checks over the last 15-20 years, the number of companies using re-screens to manage risk is still relatively small.
The TrueCrim database is an exclusive and innovative product that searches the largest repositories of criminal records, as well as sex offender registries for the entire country.
A couple of weeks ago, Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber signed a bill that prevents employers from accessing prospective employees social media accounts, social contact lists, or even to view a person’s social media accounts.