Employment Screening 101: Update!

Jason Morris

Dear Loyal Readers,

Beginning Saturday April 12th I will be leaving for the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) conference in New Orleans, LA.  I will be at this conference until Wednesday April 16th. Due to my absence I will be unable to blog this series every day.  I look to continue this as a daily blog on Thursday April 17th.  However, you may see a few random “Employment Screening 101” posts by others from employeescreenIQ or myself if I am able to post.

Future topics will include:

And much more!

The good news is I will be speaking at the conference.  Please be sure to stop by and hear my topic ” The History of NAPBS and the Background Screening Industry “.  Looking forward to seeing some of you there!

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Jason Morris

President & Chief Operating Officer at EmployeeScreenIQ
A veteran screening and risk management professional, Jason Morris founded EmployeeScreenIQ in 1999 and acts as the company’s chief operating officer and president. Morris is a frequent speaker delivering captivating, interactive discussions on background checks, global screening, recruitment and staffing. He educates audiences in best practice initiatives as they relate to organizational employment screening programs. Morris has been quoted in numerous business and industry publications including The Wall Street Journal, MSNBC.com, USA Today, New York Times, among others. He is also a licensed private investigator in the states of Ohio, Illinois, New Jersey, Texas, Arizona and Nevada.
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