Preliminarily Approved $6.8 million Settlement Due to Small Error on Disclosure Form The Fair Credit Reporting Act applies not only to credit reports, but to employment background checks as well. As we have seen from recent class action filing trends, this is proving to be an area for employers that is worthy greater clarity and […]
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Facebook Snooping and Trojan Horse Privacy Laws
San Francisco Bans the Box Employers Must Wait Until After the First Interview
Background Check Forms/Adverse Action Procedures Face Scrutiny in Federal Court
Legalized Marijuana and Drug Testing Washington State and Colorado have passed legislation that may make you wonder how your company should handle drug screening and the results thereof. This article provides some thinking on the topic.
Nevada Restricts Use of Credit Reports for Employment Purposes
Obamacare Rate Shock In California, Obamacare to increase individual health premiums by 64% to 146%
We’ll be conducting server upgrades Saturday February 2nd from 10pm – 8am CDT. During this window we will be moving our systems into the new blade server architecture with the following advantages: High Density Blade Server Benefits: Performance • 20% more performance per watt then standard rack server architectures Power • We will be doubling […]
While many jurisdictions allow the reporting of arrest records to be included as a part of an employment background check some states and municipalities restrict them entirely. An arrest record is simply the report of the arrest of an individual without further disposition information. Guidance from the EEOC states that an employer can not use […]