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“The overarching takeaway from this survey is that employers seem to be screening and hiring candidates in a responsible, acceptable and legally compliant fashion,” said Nick Fishman

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Morris will present, “Caution Ahead: Navigating the New HR Minefield of Recruiting and Screening Laws” for HR.com’s virtual conference, Online Staffing and Sourcing. It’s not too late to register for this free event, so take a few moments to sign up today.

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Once the process moves to the screening phase, have someone other than the employment decision-maker do the screening, advises Jason Morris, president and COO of EmployeeScreenIQ in the Cleveland area. “Create a firewall between this person and the decision-maker,” he said, particularly if the screening will involve social media sites.

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From criminal records searches to social media, the hottest issues in the background screening industry take center stage in “Quick Takes,” an entertaining and informative new video series from EmployeeScreenIQ debuting this week.

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Quick Takes is an original video series from EmployeeScreenIQ, blending together bits of experience and expertise from our background screening experts.

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Not only do we feel that this distinction recognizes our commitment to providing our clients with an unparalleled user experience but also that it validates our ‘No Shortcuts’ philosophy when it comes to employment background checks.

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Another piece of encouraging news comes from EmployeeScreenIQ’s trend survey. Among the nearly 1,000 human resource professionals surveyed, 71% say that in only 5% of instances or less is a candidate with a criminal record not hired.

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This report shares the findings of EmployeeScreenIQ’s fourth annual survey of 992 U.S.-based human resource professionals regarding their use of employment background checks.

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“The overarching takeaway from this survey is that employers seem to be screening and hiring candidates in a responsible, acceptable and legally compliant fashion,” says Nick Fishman, chief marketing officer of EmployeeScreenIQ.

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Be among the first to hear the results and to benchmark our findings with your policies and practices. Join background screening experts Jason Morris, Nick Fishman and Angela Bosworth, J.D. for a free webinar on February 28th at 2pm EST titled, “992 Heads are Better than One: Balancing Applicant Rights & What Employers Need to Know.”

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