Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn The San Francisco district attorney has sued Angie’s List – a website providing ratings and reviews for home service providers – over alleged false advertising of the background checks performed on these providers, according to a news report from KPIX CBS Channel 5 in San Francisco, California.Continue reading "San Francisco District Attorney Sues Home Services Website Over Alleged False Advertising of Background Checks"
The National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS®) applauds an NBC Today Show report by National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen for emphasizing “the critically important role background screening plays in today’s business environment,” according to a press release from the NAPBS available at http://www.businesswire.com/news/topix/20130820006390/en.Continue reading "NAPBS Applauds NBC Today Show Report for Recognizing Importance of Employee Background Checks"
In-home service workers that unsuspecting customers admit into their homes could be violent felons with criminal records since there are no federal laws, and only “spotty” local laws, requiring service companies to perform background checks on their workers, according to a report from TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen available at http://www.today.com/news/violent-felons-sent-homes-service-workers-6C10935682.Continue reading "Report Warns of Violent Felons Sent into Homes as Service Workers Due to Lack of Background Checks"
When a hired worker enters your home to perform a service that you requested, do you know to whom you are opening your door? So asks an article on HuffingtonPost.com — ‘Could You or a Loved One End Up Like Elizabeth Smart?’ — that shows why background checks are needed to uncover unsafe employees working in and …Continue reading "CAUSE Shows Background Checks Needed To Uncover Unsafe Service Employees Working In Homes"