Properly selecting the right background screening partner is not an easy undertaking. Certain values employers should be factoring during this decision should be compliance, innovation, and customer / applicant experience.
Here is a checklist of items employers should consider when selecting a qualified CRA (Consumer Reporting Agency).

When employers engage a background screening provider for compliant background checks, there are certain questions they must ask their new vendor. How do you keep your clients aware of new laws and regulations affecting the background screening industry?

When employers conduct employment background checks, they will find that the Human Resources industry utilizes a great deal of acronyms that can cause a myriad of questions for businesses wanting to conduct compliant background checks. Check out our glossary of terms to learn more HR terms.

This complimentary webinar addressed tips for navigating through city, county, and state Ban-the-Box laws; Individualized Assessments (to determine suitability for employment), how to handle previous wages earned, and how employers balance state marijuana laws vs. federal laws.
If you are performing background checks on new hires, there are strict rules that govern what information you can request. Many states prohibit asking about an applicant’s past salary history, and you must know how this law affects your company. We have created a comprehensive, detailed, and easy to understand guide that explains how this law affects your hiring practices, and what you need to do to remain in compliance.
We provide workplace training to employees and supervisors on topics such as AB 1825, Conflict Resolution, Diversity & Inclusion, Substance Abuse Awareness, and Violence in the Workplace Prevention.

Schedule your training today and receive an exclusive promotion for mentioning that you are an Employers Choice Screening client.
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