When it comes to background checks, regulations are an undeniable and unavoidable reality. In order to steer clear of costly and unwanted complications, employers need to be properly educated on the ever-changing employment laws. In 2015, new regulations from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission pertaining to background screening made national headlines on an almost-daily basis. So, what can we expect in 2016? We’ll see a continuation of the hiring regulations that changed the face of employee screening last year.
Curious about what happened in the world of compliance last year? 2015 was a busy year with major changes impacting hiring processes across the country – from E-Verify, to Ban the Box, to Drug Testing.
Accurate Background and IBM Kenexa have teamed up on an upcoming best practices webinar for creating positive candidate experiences while also supporting your FCRA compliance program.
Strong integration partnerships have played a key role in Accurate Background's success. These partnerships also enhance the customer and candidate experience by streamlining the hiring process. Leading hiring software provider, Hireology, recently selected Accurate Background as their integrated partner for candidate background checks and published a blog overviewing their vendor selection process.
Everyone has been talking about hiring tips for millennials, but what about the next generation…the centennials? Born after 1997, the first centennials are on the cusp of entering the workforce.
How to Keep the Triad in Balance
The heat is on when it comes to finding good talent. But the ability to secure candidates quickly while also reducing compliance risk is becoming increasingly difficult. This is especially true for companies in the sharing economy where onboarding patterns are dynamic and can fluctuate quickly.
This week Accurate Background was named Best Background Check API in an article on comparebackgroundcheckapis.com, a site run by noted technology evangelist Anthony Rossano.
Topics: Background Check API
On February 2nd, the European Commission and the Department of Commerce announced their plan to replace the EU US Safe Harbor Program with the New EU US Privacy Shield.
Philadelphia’s City Council recently passed an amendment to their existing ban the box legislation that goes much further than the City’s 2011 legislation. Bill No. 150815 takes effect on March 14, 2016 and amends Chapter 9-3500 of the Philadelphia Code (“Fair Criminal Records Screening Standards”) to include more comprehensive requirements.