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Second Chance Hiring: Minimal Risk, Many Rewards

Second-chance hiring refers to a growing trend among employers to hire people with criminal records—offering them a “second chance” in.
Continuous Background Screening

Why Continuous Background Screening is Crucial: Four Scenarios

In most industries, risk management is an ongoing and continuous process. Venture capital firms, for example, would not make the.
Assessing Applicants

Criminal History and Discrimination: Assessing Applicants Properly

Two trends relating to best practices for hiring are on the rise in 2021. First, more firms are using employment.
How Fair Chance hiring policy can benefit your business

How Fair Chance Hiring Can Benefit Your Business

Everyone should have a fair shot at a job opportunity, especially previously incarcerated people who have paid their debt to.
canada background checks

Understanding the Differences in Canada Criminal Record Searches

  You’ve narrowed down your hiring search and found the candidate most qualified for the position. You are aware you.

Austin First in Texas to “Ban the Box” for Private Employers

  Austin’s City Council passed Ordinance 20160324-019 (DRAFT)*, adding Chapter 4-15 to the City Code and making Austin the first.

Philadelphia Ban the Box Effective Monday, March 14, 2016

  As Accurate Background previously reported, Philadelphia’s Ban the Box legislation Bill No. 150815 goes into effect Monday, March 14, 2016. .

Philadelphia Ban the Box Grows Bigger

Philadelphia’s City Council recently passed an amendment to their existing ban the box legislation that goes much further than the.

Oregon’s Ban the Box Effective January, 1st 2016

Oregon’s Ban the Box initiative House Bill 3025 goes into effect on January 1, 2016. This law prohibits any employer in Oregon.

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