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Dealing with the New EEOC Criminal Guidance

Topic:
Dealing with the New EEOC Criminal Guidance
Date:
January 16, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Brad Landin, President(Employment Screening Resources (ESR))
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Description
It has been nearly 10 months since the EEOC issued its new April 25, 2012 criminal record guidance, and the world has not fallen apart. Human Resources professionals, employers, background screening firms, and attorneys are adjusting to the new reality. It is clear that this this Guidance will have a profound impact on how employers in America hire. Less clear is just how the impact will occur.
In this webinar, employment screening compliance expert Brad Landin will focus on how employer can comply with the updated EEOC “Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.” The webinar will go beyond simply repeating the EEOC Guidance language and give “real world” examples and suggestions on what employers should do now to remain in compliance while performing criminal background checks. Topics covered in the webinar include:
•       Longstanding court decisions and existing EEOC Guidance documents
•       Employment discrimination based on race and national origin, criminal records, and employer practices
•       The differences between arrest and conviction records
•       Disparate treatment and disparate impact analysis under Title VII
•       Employer defenses the EEOC believes meet the “job related and consistent with business necessity” standard
•       Compliance with other federal laws and/or regulations that conflict with Title VI
•       State and local laws or regulations preempted by Title VII
•       EEOC Guidance best practices for employers
•       Option for handling questions about post criminal records
•       Criticisms of the new EEOC Guidance
•       The Good, the Maybe and the Nearly Impossible stemming from the new Guidance\
•       What should employers do now?
It has been nearly 10 months since the EEOC issued its new April 25, 2012 criminal record guidance, and the world has not fallen apart. Human Resources professionals, employers, background screening firms, and attorneys are adjusting to the new reality. It is clear that this this Guidance will have a profound impact on how employers in America hire. Less clear is just how the impact will occur.
Who Should Participate
All HR Professionals who are involved in recruiting
What You Will Learn
By the end of the webinar, Human Resources professionals and employers will have an action plan to move towards compliance.
  • EEOC Guidance best practices for employers
  • Option for handling questions about post criminal records
  • Criticisms of the new EEOC Guidance
  • The Good, the Maybe and the Nearly Impossible stemming from the new Guidance
  • What should employers do now?
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Employment Screening Resources (ESR) wrote the book on background checks with ‘The Safe Hiring Manual’ by Founder & CEO Attorney Les Rosen. ESR is accredited by The National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS).
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