Hiring Checks in the News
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HR ProFile To Host FREE Webinar on Employment Background Checks & Verification
CINCINNATI, Nov. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — HR ProFile, Inc. will host Nanette Polito, Trainer with the Referral Institute and an Area Director for Businesses Networking International of Greater Cincinnati …
Durham To Use 3rd Party For Background Checks
Tuesday evening the Shelby County Schools board of education and Durham School Services came together on solutions.
Making Federal Background Checks More Affordable
When a parent drops their child off at day care or summer camp, they should be given peace of mind that their son or daughter is safe. In some cases, agencies accidentally hire sex offenders because they can't afford to do federal background checks. Cara Thomas has more on one lawmaker's solution to the problem.
Dismay Rises As Border Agent Hiring Bogs Down
by JuliÃ¡n Aguilar , The Texas Tribune A massive security breach and failure rates on polygraph tests are slowing down the hiring of 2,000 new Customs and Border Protection agents, sowing frustration among lawmakers and business owners who were expecting quicker results. …
Durham releases school bus driver re-screening results
The company has promised to incorporate third-party background checks earlier in the hiring process, as well as more frequent drug screenings and driving record checks.
Rechartering prompts changes at Vida
The rechartering process has been a learning experience for Vida Charter School. In response to an almost 2-year rechartering investigation by Vida's authorizing districts, as well as its own internal audits, the school has updated some of its hiring and board election policies.
Try The 'Beer Test' To Make A Hiring Decision
When you’re hiring someone, you need to consider how they will fit into corporate culture. Sometimes you’ll have trouble figuring that out. Try imagining if you’d like to have a beer with them after work. More »
What Employers Get Wrong When It Comes to Hiring
How to attract and vet for the best employees
School moves to ban hiring of sex offenders
If approved by trustees, a proposal to ban the hiring of Level 2 and 3 sex offenders at Bridgewater State University will be in place by January, in time for the spring semester hiring cycle, the university’s president said Wednesday.
Avoid Hiring "Bad Santa" This Holiday Season by Background Checking All Holiday Workers
CLEVELAND, Nov. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — EmployeeScreenIQ advises employers to exercise good sense alongside their goodwill this holiday season when ramping up their hiring efforts. As a rash of holiday hiring gets underway before Black Friday, employers who hire temporary workers should…