Upcoming Events

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The following is a list of events that EmployeeScreenIQ will be attending, speaking and, or exhibiting at in the coming months:

Corporate College Interview Day

Interested in a great sales opportunity?

Come visit with [EmployeeScreenIQ](http://EmployeeScreen.com) at Corporate College located at 4400 Richmond Heights in Warrensville Heights, Ohio

November 12, 2009

Email your resume to jobs@employeescreen.com to schedule an appointment

If you have a passion for sales, a proven track record in business development and are interested in working with a leader in the pre-employment background screening industry, then we want to talk to you!

Kent State University Career Fair

Interested in a great sales opportunity?

Come visit with [EmployeeScreenIQ](http://EmployeeScreen.com)

October 28, 2009 at 12:00PM-4:00PM EST

Kent State Student Ballroom

We are currently seeking an Account Executive to add to our high-powered, successful sales team. In this position, you will be responsible for helping our company continue our rapid growth by building business relationships with new and/or potential clients. You will also be responsible to uphold our strong standards of excellence and dedication by offering our clients the best in terms of product and customer service. If you have the drive to work in a fast paced environment, hit our high standards, and grow fast within our organization, then you must apply today!

Past Events

Top Technology Trends in Background Screening](http://jobmachine.net/webinars/techtrendsjan292009)
January 29, 2009

Free [JobMachine Webinar](http://jobmachine.net)
(Speaking Engagement)

Employment screening is greatly impacted by technology. From topics such as vetting job candidates via social networking sites to how to integrate employee screening with ATS and HRIS systems, technology is omnipresent. Join EmployeeScreenIQ’s Executive Vice President, Nick Fishman, for an informative session about technology’s role in the screening process.

Interested in participating in this free webinar? [Sign up here](http://jobmachine.net/webinars/techtrendsjan292009).

NAPBS Annual Conference (Speaking Engagement) (http://napbs.com)

NAPBS Accreditation Program

Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. at EmployeeScreenIQ

April 20, 2009 at 10:00AM CST

St. Louis, MO at the Hyatt Regency Hotel

What is the [NAPBS Accreditation program](http://blog.EmployeeScreen.com/2008/12/19/national-association-of-professional-background-screeners-to-launch-accreditation-program/)? Morris will speak about program policies, procedures and auditing guidelines in anticipation of the upcoming launch.

SHRM Staffing Management Conference & Exhibition
(Speaking Engagement)
(http://www.shrm.org/Conferences/StaffingManagementConferenceExpo/Pages/educationalsessions.aspx)

Social Networking Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?

Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. at EmployeeScreenIQ

April 29 at 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.

Las Vegas, NV at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel

The social network revolution has changed many communication channels, but should it affect the way job applicants are screened? Sites such as Facebook, My Space and LinkedIn contain a wealth of personal information, but should you trust the information found on these sites? Does this practice pose a threat to possibly violating FCRA and EEOC guidelines and other best practices? Join EmployeeScreenIQ president and C.O.O., Jason B. Morris for this insightful presentation.

Staffing Management Conference & Exposition](http://www.shrm.org/Conferences/StaffingManagementConferenceExpo/Pages/default.aspx)

April 27-29, 2009
Las Vegas Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas, NV

In these challenging economic times, talent management strategies will be key to the success of your organization. The SHRM Staffing Management Conference & Exposition provides a broad array of topical education that will help you maximize your ability to attract and retain valuable employees during a difficult labor market.

Upper Ohio Valley SHRM Workshop (Speaking Engagement) (http://upperohiovalley.shrm.org/webmodules/webarticlesnet/templates/?a=1&z=1)
May 14, 2009 at 12:00PM EST
2009 Top Technology Trends in Background Screening
Presented by Nick Fishman, EmployeeScreenIQ Chief Marketing Officer & Executive Vice President
Wheeling, WV at Generations Pub

Employment screening is greatly impacted by technology. From topics such as vetting job candidates via social networking sites to how to integrate employee screening with ATS and HRIS systems, technology is omnipresent. Join EmployeeScreenIQ’s Executive Vice President, Nick Fishman, for an informative session about technology’s role in the screening process.

Gulf Coast Symposium on Human Resources Issues (Speaking Engagement) (http://www.register123.com/event/profile/web/index.cfm?PKwebID=0x149531b1e2&varPage=home)
May 21, 2009 at 3:45PM CST
Technology’s Role in the Employment Screening Process
Presented by Jason B. Morris, EmployeeScreenIQ President and C.O.O.
Reliant Center in Houston, TX

The goal of this presentation is to inform HR professionals how technology is impacting employment screening and other elements associated with the hiring process.

Hiring professionals need to know that by utilizing technologically advanced screening methods, the hiring process can be more efficient and timely, but these technologies must be used appropriately.

Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE) Annual Conference
(Speaking Engagement)
(http://www.eace.org/conference.html)

Social Networking Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?

Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. at EmployeeScreenIQ

June 18, 2009 at 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. est

Buffalo, New York at the Buffalo Marriott Niagara Hotel

The social network revolution has changed many communication channels, but should it affect the way job applicants are screened? Sites such as Facebook, My Space and LinkedIn contain a wealth of personal information, but should you trust the information found on these sites? Does this practice pose a threat to possibly violating FCRA and EEOC guidelines and other best practices? Join EmployeeScreenIQ president and C.O.O., Jason B. Morris for this insightful presentation.

61st Annual Conference and Exposition](http://www.shrm.org/Conferences/annual/Pages/default.aspx)

June 28-July 1, 2009
Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA

Now, more than ever, keeping ahead of HR knowledge is vital to the success of your career and your organization. With new legislation, updated regulations, and an ongoing economic challenge confronting HR professionals in very real ways, the SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition will provide you with the tools, techniques and resources to ensure you come out ahead.

10th Annual Illinois SHRM Conference & Expo (Speaking Engagement) (http://www.illinoisshrm.org/index.phtml?menu=side_button&menu2=26&data=&data2=&sessionid=t1240432354m70031300&username=&password=&userhelp=off&cart=)

Technology’s Role in the Employment Screening Process

Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. and Nick Fishman, Chief Marketing Officer at EmployeeScreenIQ

July 23, 2009 at 1:45PM CST

Dekalb, IL at Northern Illinois University

* Social Networking Sites: Can You Trust What You See?
(Speaking Engagement)
August 17, 2009 at 11:15AM-1:15PM EST and August 18, 2009 at 6:00-8:00PM

Event Held by [Devore Technologies](http://devore.com) at their corporate headquarters in Beachwood, Ohio

Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. at EmployeeScreenIQ

2009 Ohio Human Resource Conference](http://www.ohioshrm.org/hr_conf/)

September 16-18, 2009
Kalahari Resort in Sandusky, Ohio

Join us at the beautiful Kalahari Resort for the 37th Annual Ohio Human Resource Conference from September 16-18, 2009 for an exciting, educational and fun “HR: Standing Tall.” EmployeeScreenIQ will be exhibiting at this conference.

RecruiterEarth Online Webinar
(Speaking Engagement)
(http://recruiterearth.com/events/free-webinar-social)
October 7, 2009 at 2:00PM-3:00PM EST

Social Networking Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?

Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. at EmployeeScreenIQ

Webinar

The social network revolution has changed many communication channels, but should it affect the way job applicants are screened? Sites such as Facebook, My Space and LinkedIn contain a wealth of personal information, but should you trust the information found on these sites? Does this practice pose a threat to possibly violating FCRA and EEOC guidelines and other best practices? Join EmployeeScreenIQ president and C.O.O., Jason B. Morris for this insightful presentation.

23rd Annual Wisconsin SHRM Conference (Speaking Engagement) (http://www.wishrm.org/Conferences/StateConference2009/ConferenceAtAGlance/TopTechnologyTrendsinEmploymentBackgroundScr.aspx)
October 15, 2009 at 3:15PM CST
2009 Top Technology Trends in Background Screening
Presented by Nick Fishman, EmployeeScreenIQ Chief Marketing Officer & Executive Vice President
Wisconsin Dells, WI at Kalahari Resorts

Employment screening is greatly impacted by technology. From topics such as vetting job candidates via social networking sites to how to integrate employee screening with ATS and HRIS systems, technology is omnipresent. Join EmployeeScreenIQ’s Executive Vice President, Nick Fishman, for an informative session about technology’s role in the screening process.

ASIS International Online Webinar
(Speaking Engagement)
(http://www.asisonline.org)
October 21, 2009 at 12:00PM-1:40PM EST

Social Networking Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?

Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. at EmployeeScreenIQ

Webinar

The social network revolution has changed many communication channels, but should it affect the way job applicants are screened? Sites such as Facebook, My Space and LinkedIn contain a wealth of personal information, but should you trust the information found on these sites? Does this practice pose a threat to possibly violating FCRA and EEOC guidelines and other best practices? Join EmployeeScreenIQ president and C.O.O., Jason B. Morris for this insightful presentation.

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