Worrying Gaps in Georgia Criminal Records Databases: What Employers Should Know

A recent report indicated that Georgia’s state-level criminal records databases were missing huge amounts of criminal hi...

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Uber Vetting Issues - Documentation Screenings Flag Transgender, Nonbinary Applicants

Uber is facing accusations that its ridesharing background screening protocols negatively and disproportionately impact ...

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Can Background Checks Foster Safer Environments in Churches?

With widespread concerns about safety for the vulnerable in religious organizations, more guardrails may contribute to p...

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Does the Need for Caregivers Clash With the Need for Background Checks?

In a competitive labor market, how can employers in childcare, foster care, or senior care balance the obligation of run...

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Delaware Audit Reveals Room for Improvement in Educational Background Checks

The State of Delaware recently audited its Department of Education and all school districts for compliance with criminal...

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As Businesses Struggle to Find Talent in 2022, Are Ex-Offenders Being Overlooked?

Amidst low unemployment rates, widespread labor shortages, and a historic "Great Resignation," should employers be think...

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HomeAdvisor Faces Scrutiny Over Allegedly Insufficient Background Checks

HomeAdvisor, a site for connecting homeowners with contractors, says they carefully vet all those listed on their site. ...

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New Jersey Bans the Box for Housing: What Tenants Should Know

A new law in New Jersey protects the rights of prospective tenants by effectively banning the box on housing application...

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What Aren’t Your Applicants Telling You About Their Resumés?

Lying on job applications and especially in resumés is shockingly common. How can hiring managers verify the trustworthi...

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