Written By ESR News Blog Editor Thomas Ahearn In February of 2018, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) released an audit report entitled “2020 Census: The Bureau’s Background Check Office Is Not Fully Prepared for the 2020 Census” that reviewed the revised background check policies and procedures of the United States Census Bureau as well …Continue reading "OIG Audit Report Finds Census Bureau Background Check Program Not Fully Prepared for 2020 Census"
By Thomas Ahearn, Employment Screening Resources (ESR) News Editor Proposed legislation in the state of Kentucky would require criminal background checks for all private long-term care facility employees to help to protect elderly and vulnerable Kentucky nursing home residents from being preyed upon by dangerous criminals. Senate Bill 44 – introduced by Senator Tom Buford …Continue reading "Kentucky Bill Would Require Criminal Background Checks for All Private Nursing Home Employees"
By Thomas Ahearn, ESR News Editor An Indiana provider has been hit with $376,000 in penalties – which Indiana officials call one of the biggest fines of its kind – for employing several individuals at nursing homes who either had been convicted of criminal offenses or stripped of their licenses. According to a news report, the …Continue reading "Provider Fined $376,000 in Case Showing Need for Extensive Nursing Home Employee Background Checks"