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Workplace violence is a daily occupational risk and growing hazard for many workers in
contemporary society. Every year over two million incidents of workplace violence occur in the
United States, costing businesses $70 billion annually, including over $64 billion due to lost
productivity.

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Recruiting with social networks is an area with real—but rarely recognized—legal risks. These risks can
place the recruiter in the odd position where what they know may actually hurt them.

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By Eyal Ben Cohen, Managing Director, Verifile Limited. This article provides an overview of international background screening and an insight into the importance of conducting thorough international employee checks correctly and legally.

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Have you taken a look at your release lately and wondered if the form that was created for you 10 years ago is still working for your organization?

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Addresses show up on my applicant’s Social Security Number Trace and Credit Report that they say they have never lived at. Could they be a victim of identity theft?

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I started thinking about what the future holds for the employment screening landscape. Let’s take a look into that crystal ball together…

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When it comes to criminal records, what is the best way to determine who I should and shouldn’t hire?

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While future studies might indeed create a clear picture, this study is simply a stepping stone for additional research that incorporates a greater spectrum of criminal activity, a larger sampling size, a more diverse age group and a nationwide analysis.

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Robert Schepens, CEO of Champion Staffing recently wrote the book, “The Great Workplace 2.0” and we think you’ll enjoy this excerpt from his book as well as the overall concept of tomorrow’s great workplace.

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By Caitrin O’ Sullivan at iCIMS

The number one complaint we’re hearing from hiring managers and recruiters is that they are being absolutely inundated with resumes, to the point that they simply cannot handle the overload.

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