ASIS Webinar-Social Network Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?
October 20, 2009
October 21, 2009 @ noon Eastern U.S.
About the program:
In order for hiring professionals to utilize technologically advanced screening methods to make the hiring process more efficient and timely, these technologies must be used appropriately.
Just a few of the questions that hiring professionals should consider:
- Should companies and their screening partners be using social networking profiles to determine hiring decisions?
- How is new technology helping organizations integrate their hiring procedures with their background screening practices?
- Is a national database search an accurate, stand-alone method of background screening?
- Are adjudication modules a reliable tool to use when performing a background check?
- How can one determine the authenticity of an online degree?
No two ways about it, technology is impacting employment screening and other elements associated with the hiring process—making staying informed about the practice nonnegotiable.
Jason B. Morris, president & COO of employeescreenIQ, is a licensed private investigator in Ohio, New Jersey, and Nevada. His responsibilities include refining EmployeeScreenIQ’s position as a global employment screening industry leader in best practices and FCRA compliance and to continue to provide its diverse clientele with the support they need to reach their recruitment, retention, safety, and financial goals. Morris also serves as an expert witness in the areas of background checks, employment screening, and the FCRA.
Length of program:
Fees are per site, not per person, so an unlimited number of coworkers, friends, or chapter members can participate. Registered participants may replay the program twice within 30 days of the live event with on-demand replay.
$99 ASIS Members
$79 Pre-approved ASIS chapters (email firstname.lastname@example.org for details)
Please note: Registration entitles a site to one connection for both audio and Web. Sharing registration information with another location will result in an additional registration fee.
Noon Eastern U.S.
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