History of Background Checks

Peopletrail

What do you know about the history of background checks? Here is a brief history of employment background checks that should give an idea of why it is such an important exercise from the employer’s perspective. History of background checks is often overlooked.

What is blind recruitment – and does it work?

cipHR

It involves removing the candidate’s name and other identifying factors – such as age, address or location, years of experience, and school or university names – from their application. Candidates’ names, for example, may give signals about their socio-economic background, ethnicity and immigration status that might influence a hiring manager’s decision about whether or not to progress their application.

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eSkill and Chequed.com Partner on Complete Candidate Assessment Technology to Help Companies Make Better Hiring Decisions

Outmatch

North Chelmsford, MA and Saratoga Springs, NY – eSkill, the market leader in online skills testing, and Chequed.com, the leading provider of cloud-based Predictive Talent Selection™ technology, today announced a partnership that will provide employers with additional information – and greater predictability – to assist them in evaluating job candidates and making better hiring decisions. Visit Chequed.com for more information, Start a Free Trial or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

Nor can it be summed up in a two-day offsite workshop, or a 60-minute on-demand webinar training. At Google and Microsoft, the number of US technical employees who identified as black or Latinx rose by less than a percentage point since 2014. To be fair, 2003 was nearly two decades ago.

Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) in the Workplace: How to Create More Inclusive Careers

Paddle HR

Nor can it be summed up in a two-day offsite workshop, or a 60-minute on-demand webinar training. At Google and Microsoft, the number of US technical employees who identified as black or Latinx rose by less than a percentage point since 2014. To be fair, 2003 was nearly two decades ago.

Jordan Babineaux: “Responsibility”

Thrive Global

As business owners, managers, or leaders of your organization, you are responsible to your company, its employees, and stakeholders?—?(including For more information, go to: [link]. Our readers would love to learn more about your personal background. Responsibility ?—?As

The Business Case For Diversity In The Workplace [VIDEO]

SuccessFactors

When people from all different backgrounds come together, they bring different perspectives, information, and worldviews. Our biases are hard for us to control or change, but many companies, like Google and Facebook, are working hard to fix this. When we hire someone, we have many biases that lead us to make poor or unfair hiring decisions. If a candidate walks in with tattoos or piercings, the interviewer might make judgments about them that simply aren’t true.