Your Job Candidate Has Criminal Record? Don’t Panic.

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In fact, there are five key steps that will help you determine whether or not your candidate should be disqualified and, at the same time, how you can stay compliant with state and federal screening laws. Your focus should be on compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and anti-discrimination laws. Older age at the time of the offense or the time of release. Talent Management adverse action background check compliance criminal record hiring matrix Jason Morris

Dos & Don’ts of Screening Your Candidates Online

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First, let’s take a look at how many in HR say that they use social media in the hiring process. Take a look at these three key legal concerns. Remember, information readily available on a public page (religion or race, for example, gleaned by glancing at a profile picture) is protected class information. About the Author: Nick Fishman co-founded EmployeeScreenIQ in 1999 and serves as the company’s Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President.

WIRTW #360 (the “one shining moment” edition)

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March Madness is now if full swing, with 20 games down, and 47 to go (at least as this post goes live). How’s your bracket doing? The always awesome Rhett Miller feels your pain (in song).

WIRTW #358 (the “appreciation” edition)

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via Minnesota Employer Twitter is surveying users about how much they get harassed online — via The Verge HR & Employee Relations Though employees may not balk at signing non-competes, the key is when to use them. — o your employees feel appreciated? Today is Employee Appreciation Day.