In this key role, Schnitter will spearhead business development for the rapidly growing employment screening firm and drive the development and performance of a national team of sales specialists.
2014 presented more than its fair share of hiring challenges – and global background screening provider EmployeeScreenIQ wants to learn how human resource professionals navigated this often litigation- and legislation-riddled landscape.
At year’s end, Angela Preston, vice president of compliance and general counsel for EmployeeScreenIQ reflects on the top five background screening and employment issues of 2014.
Designed to save time on repetitive tasks, increase productivity and promote security, iCIMS has for several years been seamlessly integrated with EmployeeScreenIQ’s premium employee background check service to offer a simple, smart, safe and stable pre-employment screening and talent acquisition processes.
“Temporary workers usually have access to the employer’s place of business, and they interact with their permanent work force and customers. They are likely trained on business systems, and may even have access to certain intellectual property,” says Angela Preston, general counsel, EmployeeScreenIQ
This broadly jibes with the experience of Jason Morris, president and founder of Cleveland-based EmployeeScreenIQ. “Fifteen to 20 percent of resumes have something [exaggerated] with education,” he told Bloomberg BNA Sept. 23.
The ban-the-box movement has gone viral, remarked Angela Preston, vice president of compliance and general counsel at background screening firm EmployeeScreenIQ. “The removal of this little check box has potentially made life easier for job seekers with a criminal past, but it has created much confusion and frustration for employers,” she said.
“CareerCloud, with its platform and various brands will enable us to share premium content with our customer base in the form of podcasts and blog posts,” said Joel Cheesman, director of strategic alliances for EmployeeScreenIQ. “I think our user-base will really enjoy and benefit from the content we publish.”
A 2013 EmployeeScreenIQ survey of 600 U.S. companies found that 88% of respondents had adopted the EEOC guidance on the use of criminal background checks, up from 32% in a survey conducted one year earlier. Of those companies that had adopted the guidance, half reported no impact, while others cited a negative impact on hiring costs, time to fill open positions and clarity in the hiring process.
Designed to save time on repetitive tasks, increase productivity and promote security, the Newton applicant tracking system now seamlessly integrates with EmployeeScreenIQ’s premium employee background check platform to offer a simple, smart, safe and stable pre-employment screening and applicant tracking process.