Happy Friday! If you were unable to keep up with our blog this week, you’re in the right place. Earlier in the week, we shared our thoughts on the official court ruling in the EEOC vs. Kaplan Higher Education case. Jason shared the results of this year’s NAPBS Mid-Year Legislative and Regulatory Conference in Washington D.C. Read his account here. And since the release of our 2014 Employment Background Screening Trends Survey Report a couple weeks ago, we’ve begun to dive deeper into the specific results in our post, EmployeeScreenIQ Survey Reveals Criminal Offenses That Concern Employers. And lastly, with news of a luggage theft problem at LAX, we shared best practices for the airline industry to improve its background screening practices.
Earlier this week, the Sixth Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court ruling granting summary judgment to Kaplan in a high profile lawsuit brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC v. Kaplan Higher Education Corp.) over their use of employment credit reports. Read More