Employers screen their workforces to protect their property, confidential information and employees, and also to mitigate the risk of negligent hiring claims. What do you do when an applicant’s background check reveals information of concern and may pose a risk to the organization? This webinar goes into detail whether (and to what extent) an employer can make decisions about information revealed from a pre-employment background check.
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