As more and more companies rely on outstourcing to fill special niches within an organization, there is a greater need for reliable baseline request documentation. In the criminal pre-employment and resident screening arena, end user companies are the ultimate last stop in making sure that the process, as outsourced to any variety of operatives, is compliant on a variety of levels. There is guidance on federal, state, and local levels. There is often directive legislation based on any particular industry. And there are legislated and opinionated directives from Federal Agencies such and the Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Social Security Administration, and United States Customs and Immigration Services, among others.
Putting together a Request for Proposal (RFP) for criminal pre-employment or resident background screening services is the first step in assuring that the needs of any organization are going to met, that their corporate vision will be upheld, and that the duties and responsbilities of all the members of the screening process are aware of their duties and responsbilities in the process. The RFP process is not a quick exercise, and may entail many hours of work with input from any number of departments within an organization. With such an investment in manhours, any organization should rely on a more formalized process in which to evaluate a prospective solution provider.
Having a formal RFP as a baseline, with appropriate assessment and/or scoring functionalities, allows the end user client to make the most educated decision about which prospective outsourced vendor will make the best fit for their organization's screening initiative.
Success also lies in the ability to have continuous dialogue with the outsourced organization and the administration of incremental assessments to insure a program's compliance and long term success.
Who Should Participate
HR professionals who rely on other organizations for their criminal pre-employment processes.
What You Will Learn
Attendees may leave the presentation with the ability to request a finite baseline screening program
be articulate about the components of the program
be able to have a baseline by which to compare all screening companies competing for the work.
Attendees may also find additional resources for evaluating the answers received from an RFP by visiting www.bsassllc.com/links Click here and following links to various regulatory agencies.
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Background Screening & Security Solutions, LLC (BSASS LLC) is a background screening
service with a fully integrated online functionality - for use as a stand-along screening platform -
or integrated with an applicant tracking system.
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