Let’s Talk Employment Background Checks at the Annual SHRM Conference!
May 26, 2010
Don’t look now, but it’s almost time for the Annual SHRM Conference. I’m thrilled with this year’s destination of San Diego, but wish the airlines would cooperate a bit more. Have you seen the airfares to San Diego from the Chicago or the East Coast?
EmployeeScreenIQ has a lot to talk about at this year’s conference. We’ll be exhibiting on the show floor and conducting our IQ Podcasts; discussing our employment screening services and criminal background checks. Of course, there will be plenty of giveaways. We’ll also be raffling off two Apple iPad’s. Please stop by at Booth #1023 and say hello.
We also will be unveiling the results of our Background Screening Trends Survey which covers attitudes about emerging issues, diploma mills, laws that protect job applicants and more. We had over 600 respondents and look forward to sharing this impactful study.
Lastly, EmployeeScreenIQ President and C.O.O., Jason B. Morris will be speaking about the dangers of using social networking sites to screen job applicants.
“Social Networking Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?” is the title of the presentation, which will take place Monday, June 28, at 4 p.m. (PST) at the San Diego Convention Center. The 75-minute session will highlight a variety of emerging employment screening trends with a focus on the use of social networking sites to conduct background checks.