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Whether you’re looking to pre-screen a job candidate or volunteer, verify education or employment history on an applicant’s resume, perform a background or credit check, or schedule a drug screening, we can help.
CEO, Christine Cunneen, along with other members of the NAPBS Government Relations - Access Subcommittee met with the Massachusetts District Court Administrator to address delays faced by CRAs in dealing with Massachusetts court records. Improvements with speed and...read more
As of October 31, 2017, all New York City employers, regardless of their size, are prohibited from inquiring about a job applicant’s salary history during the hiring process. While the law continues to allow employers to engage in discussions with prospective...read more
The Governor of California signed several employment bills into effect this month, including statewide ban the box legislation. These new laws become effective on January 1, 2018 and will have significant impacts on employers within the entire state. AB 1008, the...read more
As of January 1, 2018, California employers will no longer be able to ask a job applicant about his or her salary history. California joins three other states (Delaware, Oregon, Massachusetts), three cities (New York City, Philadelphia*, San Francisco), and Puerto...read more
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Protecting Against Cyber Breaches
Cyber breaches continue to demonstrate that people are the greatest vulnerability for even the most sophisticated organizations. Although it is easy to feel prepared by talking about firewalls, detection software, and encryption methods, employees continue to be the easiest means for hackers to gain access.
To be effective in hiring practices involves delving into the background of applicants to get a better idea of their abilities and employment performance, while staying compliant.
The Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative prohibits employers located or doing business in the City of Los Angeles with ten or more employees from inquiring about an applicant’s criminal history until a…