Excerpted from The New York Times article by Ernesto Londoño Not long ago, urinating in a cup for a drug test was a widely accepted, if annoying, requirement to start […]
Absolutely. But you’re probably not going to get the job and employees will be terminated. An employer can decide not to hire someone based on refusal of a drug […]
Excerpted from a Missouri Independent article by Rebecca Rivas Missouri’s marijuana businesses will have fewer obstacles when it comes to accessing banking, but they must now get fingerprint background checks […]
Though 2023 is not unique when it comes to background screening challenges – our business is constantly evolving – employers should note some of the hot issues this year. Last year, the CFPB raised concerns about inaccurate identity matching and is considering a rule to amend the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) to improve such screenings.