6/16/2010 EmployeeScreenIQ to Exhibit and Speak at National SHRM Conference and Expo


Employment background screening provider will host expo booth and release new survey report during June 27-30 conference; president Jason Morris to speak on social networking June 28

Cleveland (PRWEB) June 16, 2010 — EmployeeScreenIQ will have a big presence at the 2010 SHRM Conference and Expo in San Diego, California, with an expo booth, a speaking presentation and the release of a new trends survey report.

The global employment background screening provider will be at booth #1023 during the June 27-30 conference, which draws about 12,000 professionals in the HR and benefits space. The company will conduct podcasts and discuss screening services and criminal background checks; visitors will be able to enter a prize drawing for two Apple iPads.

EmployeeScreenIQ will also unveil the results of its 2010 “Trends in Employment Background Screening” survey – which covers emerging issues related to criminal checks, diploma mills, social networking, credit checks, employment history fraud and more. More than 600 HR professionals responded to the survey and a limited number of copies will be available at the booth.

Jason B. Morris, president and chief operating officer, will also speak about the dangers of using social networking sites to screen job applicants. “Social Networking Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?” is the title of his presentation on Monday, June 28, at 4 p.m. (PST) at the San Diego Convention Center. The 75-minute session will explain how recruiters and HR professionals can protect their company in the age of Facebook and other services.

Keynote speakers at the 2010 conference include Al Gore, former vice president and the world’s leading voice of climate control, and Steve Forbes, president and chief executive officer of Forbes, Inc. and editor of Forbes magazine. For more information on speakers, exhibitors and registration, visit http://annual.shrm.org/.

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  • Bona Ferrer

    I am unemployed for over a year now. I enrolled in debt consolidation and I have negative in my credit because it shows delinquent…… Will this affect my job hunting? I was interviewed and everything was fine. When the interviewer handed me an application to complete including the background check form…….Two weeks after I followed up the status and never responded to my phone calls and letters.

    I am depressed. Please advise.