Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn Nearly seven in 10 Americans – 69 percent – believe the job search today is too impersonal while eight in 10 – 80 percent – say applying for a job feels like sending their résumé or job application into a “black box,” according to the results of …Continue reading "Survey Finds Most Americans Believe Job Search Too Impersonal"
Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) – a leading global background check firm – has released the 11th annual “ESR Top Ten Background Check Trends” for 2018 that feature emerging and influential trends in the background screening industry for the coming year. The top ten background check trends for 2018 are …Continue reading "Employment Screening Resources (ESR) Releases Top Ten Background Check Trends for 2018"
Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn “Millennials” – people aged 20 to 35 in 2016 – are expected to overtake “Baby Boomers” aged 52 to 70 in population in 2019, according to the Pew Research Center. The fact that technically savvy Millennials have overtaken Baby Boomers as the largest segment of the U.S. workforce …Continue reading "Millennials Expanding in Workforce Will Make Background Checks More Applicant Friendly in 2018"
Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn Population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau have found that Millennials – defined as people aged 18 to 34 in 2015 – numbered 75.4 million and in 2015 surpassed the 74.9 million Baby Boomers aged 51 to 69, according to a Pew Research Center article. The …Continue reading "Millennials in Workforce Will Make Employers Change Methods of Background Screening Job Applicants"
By Thomas Ahearn, ESR Staff Writer As further proof that identity theft and fraud is a fast-growing crime that shows no sign of slowing down, a recent survey found that the number of identity theft and fraud victims in the United States increased 12 percent to affect 11.1 million adults in 2009, while the total …Continue reading "Study Finds Identity Theft and Fraud Increased 12 Percent in 2009, Affecting Over 11 Million Americans"