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In March 2017, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion (our primary provider) announced they would be making a change to the way they process bankruptcy, lien, and civil judgment information obtained from public records, resulting in significant changes to the information normally contained in a credit report from them.
Everyone knows that they should be performing background checks on their employees.
If you’ve so much as turned on a television in recent years, you are aware that the issue of sexual harassment has become pivotal. It is up to every employer to protect themselves and their employees against the substantial impact that a single sexual harassment suit can have on a workplace, not to mention the victims.
We know that in 2018, the majority of employers are running basic drug tests on potential employees. This is the standard, and it’s a good one that has been serving its purpose for decades. But there are chinks in this armor that shouldn’t be ignored.
50% of companies are running Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) background checks on their employees. Seems like a high number, right? On closer inspection, maybe it’s not high enough.
Criminal history checks are the backbone of any hiring program, but if all you have is a backbone, you have a pretty limited body.
Diploma mills pose a threat to the integrity of workplaces across the globe.