Wall Street Journal on Background Checks
May 21, 2008
For some reason the Wall Street Journal re-printed an article I was quoted in a few years ago. The article was originally published in August of 2005 before we changed our company name. The article focuses on the verification aspect of background screening. The interview was conducted while I was Co-Chairman of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS®).
Originally published August 15, 2005
Question: I’m considering applying for a job that requires my salary history and requirements upon application. Do I “give away the store” before getting my foot in the door? And if I do apply, should I be exact, or can I give a range?
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