California seeks to ban most criminal background checks
Excerpted from a Baker McKenzie Blog by Michael Brewer, Benjamin Ho, Goli Rahimi, Zachary Reeves and Robin Samuel California legislators met on April 11 to discuss a proposed overhaul of employment-related criminal background checks. In essence, the proposed law will all but ban employment-related criminal background checks, except for positions for which such checks are authorized or required by statute.
At a glance: hiring employees in USA
Excerpted from a Morgan Lewis Blog by Claire M. Lesikar and Michael D. Schlemmer Background checks Are there any restrictions or prohibitions against background checks on applicants? Does it make […]
The Prison Credential Dilemma
Excerpted from The Crime Report article by Charlotte West Since Terrance Simon got out of the Louisiana State Penitentiary last year, he’s mentally prepared himself for the fact his record […]
Background Screening and Drug Testing 101, Winter Edition
We all remember the dreaded “101” courses in college, essential back-to-basics drudgery involving English, history and science. But here at GroupOne Background Screening, we believe education is a good thing. […]