More employers loosening drug policies to fill jobs — even the federal government
Excerpted from a Money article by Sarah Hansen The U.S. government is slowly easing up on a major roadblock to hiring new workers: drug policies. That’s according to a new report from […]
The top “Red Flags” on a background check
Of the many questions we are asked at GroupOne Background Screening, perhaps the most common is what “red flags” do employers notice during a background check? We’ve listed nine of […]
CFPB confirms automated systems not an excuse for lawbreaking behavior
Excerpted from Consumer Financial Protection Bureau post Four federal agencies jointly pledged on April 25 to uphold America’s commitment to the core principles of fairness, equality, and justice as emerging […]
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.