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Keeping your workplace safe despite the EEOC

In an increasingly litigious society it has never been more important for employers to understand what it really meant by “compliance” The EEOC has made that clear through the recently issued guidelines that policies must be in place to “do it right”. There is a zero tolerance for mistakes, and this will be reflected in a more active enforcement strategy by their investigators. If employers wish to consider character in hiring decisions compliance is crucial, or lawsuits will follow.
But it is not all doom and gloom – in fact if you work with the right programs from an experienced provider your due diligence and compliance in hiring processes will be stronger than before. One of the most common problems, and arguably the root cause behind these new rules, is the inappropriate use of database criminal record check data that has not been validated as current, and confirmed as to the identity of the offender. There have been, are, and no doubt before the message gets through to employers will be, many class action lawsuits on this single aspect of the hiring process involving criminal record checks.

Join Don Dymer, one of the few holders of the NAPBS Advanced FCRA Certification, as he updates you on the new EEOC rules on the use of criminal records in the selection process, and especially how data from those “nationwide” databases can and should be utilized?
Is the use of adjudication matrices a blessing or a curse?
How do you achieve FCRA (now administered by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) compliance with Pre Adverse and Adverse action.? How do you avoid inviting an EEOC investigation?

Compliance is straightforward in reality, but requires commitment and monitoring to achieve it. This is “must know” information which will dispel the myths, and provide the knowledge needed to protect your organizations' interests through the development of best practices.

09/27/2012 12:30 pm o'clock
09/27/2012 1:30 pm o'clock
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Risk Managers, Loss Prevention Managers, HR Directors, HR Managers, Recruiters, Staffing Managers

What you will learn:

EEOC Guidelines raise the standard in background screening Compliance is straight forward and must be a priority to be fair to applicants and the company Not all providers are equal and great care must be taken in their selection for the job, including a background check on the company

Recommended Resources:

Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 issued by the EEOC April 25th 2012
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