EmployeeScreenIQ’s Nick Fishman has been invited to testify on employers’ responsible use of criminal background checks at the U.S. Commission of Civil Rights December 7th hearing.
On Tuesday, December 11, 2 pm – 3 pm ET, join EmployeeScreenIQ for an informative panel discussion, “Selecting a Background Screening Partner: What Really Matters?”
We’re extremely proud to announce that EmployeeScreenIQ was named by HRO Today to their 2012 Baker’s Dozen Employment Screening Customer Satisfaction Ratings list for the second year in a row.
In a year that saw increased government scrutiny around background screening and a flurry of resulting legislation and litigation, what are the issues that concern human resources professionals most as they struggle to maintain compliance?
The New York Office of Court Administration (the main state repository for criminal records) and most, if not all courts in the state of New Jersey continue to be closed in the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy.
We’ve received the following update about affected areas which might be helpful to you as you submit employment background check requests or are awaiting results over the next several days.
Known closures include the greater Philadelphia area, the state of New Jersey and Washington D.C.. Stay tuned for further updates as they become available.
Morris, president and chief operating officer of EmployeeScreenIQ, hopes to raise awareness and funds for those suffering cancer and their loved ones.
HR professionals are invited to attend a free webcast from EmployeeScreenIQ, the leading global provider of background screening services, and discover how a seamless and strategic platform integration that maximizes the efficiencies of both technologies can serve up real, measurable benefits while still keeping your stakeholders’ interests front and center.
Jason Morris and two partners started EmployeeScreenIQ in 1999 and now serve thousands of large companies (500 workers or more) in the U.S. and abroad. He’s been in the industry since 1995. “Back then companies hired someone at the sheriff’s department to do background checks,” he said.