Posts Tagged ‘background check’
Should Coaches of Youth Sports take Background Checks?
Legislation has been set in motion in California that would require youth sports’ coaches and volunteers to take a background check.Read More
Avoid Being Catfished by Doing a Background Check
One private investigator is offering people online dating background checks to help them get a better idea about who they met online.Read More
Should Parents be Given Background Checks to Attend School Events?
Some schools are requiring that parents fill out background check forms if they want to be allowed to attend school functions.Read More
Former Congresswoman Giffords Promotes Expanded Background Checks by Firing a Gun
Gabby Giffords fired a gun at a range during her week long tour to raise awareness about expanded background checks for guns.Read More
Are Criminal Background Checks Racist?
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is filing suits against companies saying that using criminal background checks are racist.Read More
Seattle makes it Illegal for Companies to initially ask Applicants about their Criminal History
Seattle recently passed a legislation that makes it illegal for companies to ask about an applicant’s criminal history on an initial job application.Read More
Save your Business Money by Performing Background Checks
The majority of employers around the world have reported that they have mad a bad hire and it has cost them a lot of money.Read More
TSA is Thinking of Speeding up PreCheck by Conducting background Screenings
TSA is thinking of bringing in a third party to do background checks on passengers who want to use the PreCheck program.Read More
Federally Funded Child Care Centers to Receive Safety Overhaul
Federal officials want to give the child care centers they fund a safety and health overhaul.Read More
Background Checks for Firearms in Connecticut up 6,000 Percent
New laws in Connecticut require background checks for all gun sales and this has increased the amount of background check requests to the state police by 6,000 percent.Read More