Considering an Applicant With a Criminal Record

Considering an Applicant With a Criminal Record

According to the U.S Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), over 90 million individuals, approximately 30% of the population in the country, have a criminal record on file in state criminal history...
NAPBS Is Now The PBSA

NAPBS Is Now The PBSA

NAPBS Has Evolved Into a Global Organization and Rebranded as the Professional Background Screening Association.  On September 9, the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) publicized that its members voted at the 2019...
Back to Basics: E-Verify

Back to Basics: E-Verify

What is E-Verify?  E-Verify is a system that compares data from your Form I-9 and Employment Eligibility Verification to U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records to validate that employees are approved for work in the United...
Should You Screen Current Employees?

Should You Screen Current Employees?

You’ve hired a new employee. After sending them a job offer, you run a background check to search for any red flags. Their previous employment, education, and criminal history all come back clear. So you’re done with employee screening now, right? Well, not...