Effective June 7, 2018, employers in Washington are prohibited from asking about arrests or convictions before an applicant is determined "otherwise qualified" for a position.
The State of Texas vs. the EEOC has been decided. Read about the ruling and what it means for your hiring program.
Considering criminal records has been relegated until later in the hiring process.
Vermont enacts law restricting employer access to employee social media.
Arkansas closes loophole in social media law.
Asking about criminal records has been relegated until later in the hiring process.
Employers can't discipline employees or refuse to hire applicants 21+ based on recreational marijuana use.
Gov. Christie closes ban-the-box loophole.
GIS Compliance Webinar Receives Pre-Approval for Re-Certification Credits from HR Certification Institute
The webinar addresses the EEOC's stance on criminal background checks and how to build a screening policy that balances a company's needs with the EEOC's guidance.