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WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE FLAWLESS APPLICANT BACKGROUND CHECK REPORT?

8-Jul-2021

Any company in the world would wish that its employees or consumers have zero criminal records. These days’ companies prefer to hire employees from different nationalities,especially the MNCs. Checking the criminal background of the employees is like a must for such companies. Earlier…

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IN CONTEXT: “DREAMERS” AND BACKGROUND CHECKS

8-Jul-2021

Republican Congressman Steve King said the term “Dreamers” is a euphemism in the immigration debate and includes even people who haul drugs across the border.

In an attention-getting CNN interview, King said he doesn’t favor giving protected status to“Dreamers,”…

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HOW MUCH THE CONSUMER INVESTIGATIVE REPORT AND CHECKING CRIMINAL RECORDS MATTER TO THE RECRUITERS

8-Jul-2021

Any company would wish that the person they hire is trustworthy. This is the reason that human resource teams pay so much importance on preparing a flawless consumer investigative report. Such reports talk about the concerned person’s complete background. Starting from his…

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PRO-OBAMACARE FEAR MONGERING CONTINUES

7-Jul-2021

As everyone knows, Obamacare is a pain. One that nobody wants comply with. And with President Trump heading into office, chances are, you won’t.And is making certain people crazy. They designed this law. It’s for your own benefit. It’s for everyone’s benefit. How can…

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D.C. BILL PROTECTS JOB APPLICANTS’ CREDIT HISTORIES

7-Jul-2021

States and cities join trend of blocking credit, criminal history background checks.

Washington, D.C., is the latest jurisdiction to consider legislation to prevent employers from conducting credit history screens for most job applicants.

Currently…

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TEXAS JUDGE HALTS IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW DOL RULES

7-Jul-2021

An appellate court in Texas has granted an injunction to temporarily halt the implementation of the new overtime rules that have been laid down by the Department of Labor.

The court wrote the following in its verdict:

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