EmployeeScreenIQ Employee Spotlight: Danielle Gilchrist
October 22, 2015
At EmployeeScreenIQ, we view our employees as our biggest strength. Each month we’ll be spending time with a different employee to highlight their excellence and learn about them and what they do here at EmployeeScreenIQ.Read More
Federal Ban the Box Bill Introduced in Both Houses of Congress
October 12, 2015
This post is courtesy of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners’ (NAPBS) Government Relations Committee.
“Ban the box” legislation has been introduced for the first time at the federal level, reflecting a broader trend witnessed in dozens of states and municipalities. On September 10, a bi-partisan group of lawmakers in both houses of Congress introduced the Fair Chance Act (S. 2021 / H.R. 3470), which would prohibit federal agencies or contractors from asking prospective employees about whether they have a criminal record before a formal job offer has been extended. Once a conditional offer of employment has been made, an employer would be permitted to ask about the applicant’s criminal record and revoke the offer based on the results of a criminal background check.Read More
GE Doesn’t Need TV Commercials, It Needs a Visionary
October 8, 2015
Blame it on Steve Jobs.
Have you seen the latest recruitment TV commercials by mega-company GE? (Don’t call ’em General Electric.)Read More