Employment Screening Tips

Should You Monitor Employees with Vehicle Trackers?

GPS vehicle trackers can be an effective tool for monitoring the efficiency and productivity of your property-management operations, but there are a few things to consider before you start tracking your employees’ movements. Monitoring company vehicles and staff are completely within an employer’s legal right. Doing so has several advantages that can ultimately help staff

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The Differences in Resident and Employment Screening Reports

In the background screening world, there are sizable differences between employment screening and resident screening – yet both are commonly referred to by job applicants and rental applicants alike as background reports. So, what’s really behind your resident and employment reports? We’ve got all the answers on what makes these two consumer reports so different,

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Employment Laws by State and City: A Guide to “Ban the Box”

Since 1998, employment laws seeking to “ban the box” asking about a job applicant’s criminal history have spread throughout the U.S. With “ban the box” employment regulations affecting private employers across 16 states (plus D.C.), it is unlikely that this criminal record legislative trend will go away anytime soon. If you are a private employer,

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California Supreme Court Upholds Constitutionality of State Consumer Reporting Statute

After several years of litigation, in Connor v. First Student, Inc. the California Supreme Court decided that the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (“ICRAA”) was not unconstitutionally vague as applied to employment background checks. It reached this conclusion notwithstanding its finding that there is some overlap between the ICRAA and the California Consumer Credit

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