EmployeeScreenIQ Appears at U.S. Civil Rights Commission Briefing
December 10, 2012
Weekly Wrap Up-December 7, 2012
December 7, 2012
It’s hard to believe yet another week is ending and we’re already one week into December! Earlier this week, we talked about background checks within Boy Scouts of America, with volunteer background checks being the focus. Check out our blog, Boy Scouts of America Did Not Do Background Checks to Keep Costs Low. We also wrote about ways to prepare your candidate for a background check, with a useful infographic from Recruiting Blogs. And in case you missed it, check out our post regarding the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington, A Haze of Confusion Remains for Colorado and Washington. Lastly, EmployeeScreenIQ’s Nick Fishman, is testifying on behalf of ESIQ today at the US Civil Rights Commission briefing on the “Impact of Criminal Background Checks and the EEOC’s Conviction Records Policy on the Employment of Black And Hispanic Workers.” Check out our blog post from last week with more information on the briefing, EmployeeScreenIQ’s Nick Fishman Appearing Before Civil Rights Commission.
A Haze of Confusion Remains for Colorado and Washington
December 6, 2012