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Finding the Value in Conducting Employee Exit Interviews

One of the ways organizations can avoid quick employee turnover is by conducting exit interviews. However, this can often be…

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Surviving a Background Check: A Job-seeker’s Guide

Goals of this post… To make you (the applicant) far more prepared to answer the questions found on a background…

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Illinois Employers Face New Compliance Laws With Senate Bill (SB) 1480

Illinois Senate Bill (SB) 1480 was signed by Governor Pritzker on March 23rd 2021 which amends the Illinois Human Rights…

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Why Salary Verifications Should Be a Standard Part of Your Background Screening Package

The value of verifying the prior salary of an applicant is often overlooked. While verifying the past employment dates and titles…

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The Last Word: Finding the Value in Conducting Employee Exit Interviews

  When conducted properly, exit interviews are a valuable tool in determining the best way to improve employee retention and…

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Don’t Let F.C.R.A. Adverse Action Rules Have an Adverse Effect On Your Company!

    F.C.R.A Compliance doesn’t have to be daunting. In fact, it’s pretty easy to stay on track when you…

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How Do I Choose the Right Criminal Record Searches for Our Employment Screening Process?

Simply telling an employment screening company that you want a criminal record search as a part of your employment screening…

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Past Employment Verifications vs. Professional Reference Verifications

When it’s time to create (or update) your applicant screening package, which packs more punch for the price? While utilizing…

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Don’t Get Caught Playing F.C.R.A "Hot Potato".

Assuming you’re F.C.R.A compliant can lead your company down a dangerous road involving punitive damages and civil liability. Who’s really…

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How Much Do You Really Know About Your Background Screening Process?

“A Killer’s Lie Missed” Two days prior to this Columbus Dispatch headline a supervisor in the maintenance division of Ohio…

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