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7-Eleven Settles $2M FCRA Class Action Lawsuit

By Michael Klazema on 7/23/2019   |   Tags:   7-Eleven  FCRA

7-Eleven will pay nearly $2 million to settle a class-action lawsuit concerning its background check process. The lawsuit alleges that the convenience store chain violated the FCRA with its background check disclosure document.

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Case Study | Social and Child Services Organizations Rely on backgroundchecks.com to Help Protect the People They Serve

By Michael Klazema on 7/22/2019   |   Tags:   criminal history background  types of background checks  volunteer background checks

Social and child service organization rely on background checks to vet employees, sponsors, drivers, and other staff members and volunteers. By helping to root out histories of violence, sexual abuse, and other red flags, our resources assist these organizations in keeping the people they serve safe.

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  • August 13 How has legislation and regulation changed the way employers use criminal background checks? We look at some of the rules that modern companies must follow.
  • August 08 With many industries facing labor shortages, advocates and legislatures are reconsidering policies that exclude potential employees. Expansion of record expungement and "ban the box" rules could change the system. 
  • August 06 Continuous background screening or ongoing criminal monitoring is the best way to keep track of critical new developments on an employee’s criminal record. Learn how these background checks work. 
  • August 01

    A new lawsuit filed in New York alleges that department store chain Macy’s ignored federal hiring guidelines and laws, firing individuals for old and non-job-related criminal convictions. 

     

  • July 30 The Minneapolis City Council is considering a series of ordinances that would regulate the use of tenant background checks and security deposits. The city’s tight housing market has made it difficult for individuals with bad credit, eviction histories, or criminal records to find housing.
  • July 25 Following revelations about wrongdoing in USA Gymnastics at the hands of team doctor Larry Nasser, sports organizations must grapple with how to safeguard their members. Some have found more success than others. 
  • July 24 What do landlords want to know before accepting new tenants? Here are the basics included in the average tenant background check.
  • July 23 7-Eleven will pay nearly $2 million to settle a class-action lawsuit concerning its background check process. The lawsuit alleges that the convenience store chain violated the FCRA with its background check disclosure document.
  • July 22 Social and child service organization rely on background checks to vet employees, sponsors, drivers, and other staff members and volunteers. By helping to root out histories of violence, sexual abuse, and other red flags, our resources assist these organizations in keeping the people they serve safe.
  • July 18 As the gig economy blurs the lines between employees and contractors, the need for thorough and ongoing vetting remains—but it is easily overlooked by employers.