By Les Rosen, Employment Screening Resources 2010 Trends in Screeningâ€“Trend Three: Employment Screening Resources (ESR), a leading national online employment screening background firm, is releasing the ESR â€œThird Annual Top Ten Trends in the Pre-Employment Background Screening Industryâ€ for 2010.Â Â Â This is the THIRD of the ten trends ESR will be tracking in 2010.Â The ten …Continue reading "2010 Trend is focus on privacy and data protection"
By Jared Callahan, Employment Screening Resources According to an article in HR Morning, the two biggest headaches for employers when it comes to hiring are the blanketÂ Â exclusion of individuals with poor credit histories or a criminal, record, and not showing a correlation between background checks and the job itself.Â The author notes that in response …Continue reading "The Unfair Use of Credit Reports and Criminal Records and the EEOC E-Race Initiative"
By Les Rosen, Employment Screening Resources 2010 Trends in Screeningâ€“Trend Two: Employment Screening Resources (ESR), a leading national online employment screening background firm, is releasing the ESR â€œThird Annual Top Ten Trends in the Pre-Employment Background Screening Industryâ€ for 2010.Â Â Â This is the SECOND of the ten trends ESR will be tracking in 2010.Â The ten …Continue reading "2010 Trend on more lawsuits including class action litigation over accuracy, privacy, and consumer rights"
By Les Rosen, Employment Screening Resources 2010 Trends in Screening–Trend One: Employment Screening Resources (ESR), a leading national online employment screening background firm, is releasing the ESR “Third Annual Top Ten Trends in the Pre-Employment Background Screening Industry” for 2010. ESR has identified new trends that are starting to make a difference, as well as old …Continue reading "2010 Trend on Increased focus on whether credit reports and criminal records are discriminatory"
A leading recruiting web site,Â RecruitingBlogs , has released its list of the ten most read blogs posted on its site for 2009.Â RecruitingBlogs Â is a network that is home to over 20,000 recruiters, HR Professionals and recruiting vendors.Â Employment Screening Resources is pleased to note that a blog posted by its president, Lester Rosen, was …Continue reading "Employment screening blog on applicant lies in top ten list in 2009 on major recruiting web site"
Problem employees usually cause employee problems. An employer is certainly ahead if they can try to minimize the problem employees in the first place by the use of pre-employment background screening.Continue reading "Employee Problems are Caused by Problem Employees"
If an employer is sued for negligent hiring on the basis that they hired someone that they either knew or in the exercise of reasonable care should have know was dangerous, unqualified, unfit or dishonest, and it was reasonably foreseeable that some of harm could occur, an employer can be sued for negligent hiring.Â That …Continue reading "Defenses That Do and Do Not Work in Negligent Hiring Cases"
The second edition of the ASIS International Preemployment Background Screening (PBS) Guideline has been released to the public. ASIS is the preeminent organization for security management professionals worldwide. According to the press release: The guideline, designated ASIS GDL PBS-2009, is an educational and practical tool that organizations can use as a resource in understanding the …Continue reading "Employment Screening Guidelines Released by Foremost Security Association"
For some reason, there are individuals and groups bent on scaring job applicants about credit reports by spreading miss-information that is just plain wrong. Whether these people are just not well informed, or have their own agenda to push, the fact remains that job applicants are under enough stress without having to worry about things …Continue reading "Job Hunting and Credit Reports"
Did you know?Â Given the mobility of workers across international borders, an employerâ€™s obligation of due diligence may no longer be limited to employment screening just in the United States. A 2000 government study shows that 11.5 percent of the population consists of immigrants, and an increasing number of workers have spent part of their …Continue reading "International Background checks"