Employment Screening Compliance

Liability For Violations Of The FCRA

Failure to comply with the FCRA can result in state government or federal government enforcement actions, as well as private lawsuits. In addition, any person who knowingly and willfully obtains a consumer report under false pretenses may face criminal prosecution.

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Employment background screening and adverse action procedures must be compliant with the FCRA and all all other Federal and State employment Screening laws.

You must maintain records to prove your compliance with the EEOC guidance regulations on using criminal records.
Do you have an action plan to demonstrate compliance with the EEOC guidance on using criminal records background checks?

A number of states now have “Ban The Box” laws in place.

Look for more particulars in your state in our Site Map.

Liability Protection

Under the FCRA, an applicant/employee cannot bring any action or proceeding in the nature of defamation, invasion of privacy, or negligence with respect to the reporting of information against an agency, its customers, or any person who furnishes information to the agency if they are in compliance with the FCRA (except as to false information furnished with malice or willful intent to injure).

 

Our Automated Employment Screening provides an applicant controlled process that allows
FCRA compliant background check forms, including Electronic Chain-Of-custody  forms 
and  releases to be completed online by the applicant.

We provide several short    videos    to  easily acquaint you with the system.

This really does make the background check process fast and easy.

Please    Click   or call for more information.

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Disclaimer
None of the information contained in this web site should be construed as legal advice.
All forms, policies, information and procedures should be reviewed by your legal counsel before being used in any way.

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