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Large Service Providers and Slow Background Checks

Posted by Bob Mather on September 27, 2017

In our latest blog post, we discussed how slow background checks can result from having a service provider that's too small. This is a common problem encountered by large organizations with large hiring funnels that need to move quickly. But what about the smaller businesses that have lower demands but still experience slow background checks?

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Topics: Background Checks, SLA, Service Level Agreements, Turnaround Times

Slow Background Checks? Try a Larger Service Provider

Posted by Bob Mather on September 22, 2017

The frustration and potential loss of productivity due to slow background checks holding up the hiring process within a business is not something to be ignored or tolerated as an inconvenience. Too many hiring managers simply write off the process as inherently slow without investigating why or how it could improve.

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Topics: Background Checks, SLA, Service Level Agreements, Vendor Evaluation

Colorado's Sex Offender Registry Law is Unconstitutional

Posted by Bob Mather on September 12, 2017

 Judge Rules that Colorado' Sex Offender Registry Law is Unconstitutional 

On August 31, 2017, the U.S. District Court in Colorado ruled that Colorado's sex offender registry law is cruel and unusual punishment. Per U.S. District Court Judge Richard Matsch's ruling, the Colorado's sex-offender registry violated the Constitutional rights of three sex offenders who sued regarding the way the public has access to the list.

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Topics: Background Checks, Criminal Record, Criminal Background Checks

California Sues Itself (Yes, It's True)

Posted by Bob Mather on August 29, 2017

For over 20 years pre-employ.com has been accessing court records for employers for pre-employment screening needs. Millions of documents have been retrieved for the criminal record and civil record background check process. This particular record has everyone here scratching their heads in disillusion.

In a bizarre case of big government gone awry, the California Employment Development Department (EDD) is suing itself.

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Topics: Lawsuits, California Lawsuits, California Employment Development Department, EDD

Found a Criminal Record? Proceed with Caution

Posted by Bob Mather on August 08, 2017

Most human resource professionals have an incredibly busy work week. Piles of resumes on the desk, hiring deadlines to meet and more. When a background check comes back with a criminal record, many human resources (HR) leaders simply reject the candidate and move on to the next candidates.

The rejection of an applicant based on an obvious "no hire" criminal record rule is one of the most common lawsuits hitting employers in the United States today. Plaintiffs lawyers are hitting corporations with lawsuits, alleging failure to follow adverse action protocols at an astonishing rate. 

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Topics: FCRA, Adverse Action, FCRA Compliance

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