NYC’s Fair Chance Act: Latest on Article 23-A
New York City’s Ban the Box legislation the “Fair Chance Act,” which went into effect this past October, prohibits employers.
Recent New York City Legislation
Recent legislation in New York City may impact your business if you are doing background checks in this area. Here.
EEOC’s recent consent decree – What employers need to know
Recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission entered into its first consent decree with an employer since the EEOC Guidance was.
Retailers: Why Leave the Back Door Open to Theft?
Background checks provide critical protections for your reputation, brand, and profits It’s no secret that theft is a huge issue.
Ban the Box Comes to New York City & Oregon
New York City and the State of Oregon recently joined the growing list of states and jurisdictions to Ban the.
Nevada Removes 7 Year Limitation for Criminal Convictions
Governor Brian Sandoval signed S.B. 409 into law on June 9th, 2015, eliminating the 7-year reporting restriction for criminal convictions. Effective immediately,.
FBI Criminal Record Information – Improved but not Perfect
The FBI criminal record database is an exhaustive collection of all evil deeds perpetrated by our nation’s criminals. The “bad.
Ban the Box takes immediate effect in Vermont
Governor Peter Shumlin signed an Executive Order April 21, 2015, officially banning the box in Vermont. Under the policy, which.
Proposed Texas Legislation May Impact the Background Screening Industry
The Texas Legislature is considering a bill that would significantly change how background screenings are performed in the state. As.