Want to find out how FRAUD is most likely discovered? Can you rely on external audits to find it? Do you know the tell-tale signs? Should you typically expect your newly-hired employee or your long-time employee to commit fraud? The Association of Certified Fraud Examiner’s (ACFE) 2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and […]
Background Check Firms Agree to $18M Settlement
Frequently we hear of organizations receiving criminal conviction reports that are very inexpensive and very quick. Usually this means the consumer reporting agency is using database information to report criminal conviction searches without performing required due diligence on the accuracy of the information in the report. Consumer reporting agencies are required to confirm adverse information […]
Do Employers Have a Dilemma About Marijuana Use by Employees?
Are employers caught in the middle of marijuana use by an employee while on the job? A worker in Colorado who undergoes a random drug test is found to test positive for marijuana use, but in less than a month pot-smoking will be legal there. Can a company with a zero-tolerance policy for illegal drug […]
Social Media Lead to Hiring Discrimination?
Is your organization using social media to screen applicants? If yes, you could be handling a ticking time bomb. It is all but certain that someday soon an employer will land in court being sued on allegations of discrimination or a violation of privacy for making use of a social networking site in the hiring […]
Discover How Peoplemark Counters EEOC Lawsuit – Recovers Fees
Do you know why Peoplemark successfully countered a lawsuit by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for improper use of criminal conviction records in hiring practices AND recovered attorney and expert fees? As was with Freeman success story Peoplemark had the documentation to support their counter-claim. Peoplemark was able to provide over 18.000 documents and […]