Hiring Checks in the News
The Latest Hiring Checks Headlines
Merced County officials: Background checks not performed for all employees
Recent high-profile incidents involving Merced County employees have sparked questions about the county’s use of background checks to screen new hires.
Who’s Who in the Hiring Process
The four key players who take part in hiring you.
The Field Museum Announces Partnership with Selection Management Platform, Hireology
Leading Chicago museum to utilize selection management platform in order to streamline hiring process. (PRWeb February 11, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11572466.htm
Richmond teacher's arrest raises questions about district hiring practices
The arrest of a middle schoolteacher on suspicion of child sexual abuse has raised questions about the West Contra Costa Unified School District's hiring practices, because the teacher in question was hired by the district after police began their investigation.
Dr. Gridlock: Bowser attacks Metro policy on criminal background checks
She calls for greater flexibility in hiring. Metro General Manager Sarles defends hiring standards.
Denver launches hiring review after employee arrested in shooting
The city and county of Denver is conducting an internal review of its background-check process for new hires after an employee was arrested on suspicion of shooting a man six times during a drive-by shooting.
Harris County District Clerk’s Office provides free criminal background checks
Few know about a useful service provided by the Harris County District Clerk’s Office: free criminal background checks.
APD hires 6 new officers
Six new police officers will be taking the oath to become members of the Anderson Police Department on March 20.
Auditor: Background Checks Weren’t Performed On Several Mayoral Appointees
The Hartford Internal Audit Commission has reviewed the city’s practices for hiring unclassified — or non-union — employees (those appointed by Mayor Pedro Segarra), and found that several employees had not undergone a background check, had not submitted to a drug test or been required to fill out a job application. Deputy Chief Auditor Craig […]
Overnight Reputation Announces Online Reputation Management Services for Colorado
Online reputation management firm Overnight Reputation has announced the expansion of their services to include the state of Colorado. The company sees a unique opportunity in the state, as Coloradans frequently rely on Internet-based sources for a number of decisions, including decisions related to the hiring of a prospective employee. (PRWeb March 07, 2014) Read the full story at http://www …