March BTW: Spokeo Loses Appeal, NY Attorney General Blasts Screening Process, and San Francisco Bans the Box

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Compliance Pre-employment screening

For those interested in staying up-to-date with the latest in compliance for pre-employment background screening and the laws that affect your use of employment background checks, follow our publication, BTW: Your Guide to Staying Out of Hot Water. This compliance resource has been created by our VP of Compliance and General Counsel, Angela Preston, and is a must-read for human resources and security professionals.

The March issue of BTW features our article, No Evidence of Injury Required: Spokeo Loses Appeal in FCRA Claim. Angela shares the details of a four-year-old case against Spokeo, charged with providing inaccurate information to employers and recruiters. Read More

Our second story brings you information on the recent agreement established between the New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman and four of the largest background screening companies in the country. Beginning with the accusation that these companies were sending automatic rejection letters to candidates with criminal records, this agreement was created to end this practice. Read More

Our third story shares the news that yet another city has “banned the box.” The city of San Francisco will soon limit employers from asking candidates about criminal history until after the first in-person interview. Read More   

 

March BTW

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Nick Fishman is the co-founder of EmployeeScreenIQ, a leading, global employment background screening provider, and serves as the company’s executive vice president and chief marketing officer. He pioneered the creation of EmployeeScreen University, the #1 educational resource on employment background checks for human resources, security and risk management professionals. A recognized industry expert, Nick is a frequent author, presenter and contributor to the news media. Nick is also a licensed private investigator in the states of Ohio and Texas.
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