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Backgroundchecks

Let’s face it. The economy is still a mess and people aren’t finding jobs fast enough.

Given this fact, there are a lot of people looking to place the blame for these developments. And has been the case for the last several years, many are focusing on employment screening and background checks. I won’t say that all who oppose background check are flat out wrong in every instance, but all too frequently they rely on myths, misconceptions and urban legends to support their arguments.

Here is my list of the most commonly held misconceptions about employment background checks:

This legislation comes as a shot to business groups, many of whom regard credit checks as a safeguard against hiring people who may have trouble with money for positions of trust that involving the handling of money. According to a 2012 SHRM survey, among organizations that initiate credit background checks, 87 percent do so for positions with financial responsibilities.

 

he United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is making certain enhancements to its E-Verify Tentative Non-Confirmation (TNC) Communication process, effective September 9, 2013.

Employers who use an electronic I-9 solutions with direct E-Verify access will not be affected by these changes, at this time or the near future. However, those users who directly log-in to E-Verify and use the system will be affected immediately and may want to find out specific details on the USCIS web site.

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The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is making certain enhancements to its E-Verify Tentative Non-Confirmation (TNC) Communication process, effective September 9, 2013.

Employers who use an electronic I-9 solutions with direct E-Verify access will not be affected by these changes, at this time or the near future. However, those users who directly log-in to E-Verify and use the system will be affected immediately and may want to find out specific details on the USCIS web sit