The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is discussing the possibility of the removing passenger security checkpoints at over 150 small to medium-sized airports across the United States of America. Due to the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, the presence of Transportation Security Administration ( TSA) has been felt in every airport nationwide. If implemented, this new proposal could drastically change a policy that has been in place for nearly two decades.

Employers must be clever and transparent when posting a job listing to ensure that they are not leaving anything up for interpretation. One of the most crucial hiring mistakes to avoid would be poorly written job postings. Bad job postings will not only decrease the quantity of highly qualified applicants, but also increase the amount of applications from undesirable candidates as well. Recruiters have agreed that a well-thought-out job posting should be between 700 and 2,000 characters in length.

Employers Choice Screening's recommendation is for employers to elect to utilize pay-as-you-go employment background checks because it allows for flexibility between applicants, complete transparency on the cost of each background check, and is scaled based on the growth of the organization. Employers are encouraged to evaluate the performance of their background screening program to make sure they are receiving the best value the market has to offer.
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.

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