University of Kansas Reveals Background Check Policy: There Is None
October 15, 2007
Many universities thrive on their time honored traditions and pride themselves on staying true to the pillars of their foundations. One such foundation that is beginning to crack at schools across the country is the tradition of not thoroughly screening university employees for past criminal convictions.
One place that is clinging to the past is the University of Kansas, where they freely admit that their background check consists of a Sex Offender Search and asking the applicant of they have been convicted of a crime.
I’ll let the article speak for itself. Anyone think this is a tradition worth saving?