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16 Jun 5 Staffing Solutions to help your company grow

  The following are 5 popular staffing solutions: Regardless of the size of the company, in most cases, the employees are both the most valuable asset and greatest expense. Employers looking for staffing solutions need to understand their options and choose wisely. 1. Job boards Job Boards can bring...

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08 Jun How to Run a Free Background Check

In the United States, background checks have become a normal part of life. Individuals have concerns about their safety and employers need to hire people who are responsible, reliable, and most of all legal. Employers who do not run background checks run the risk of...

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08 Jun What is Negligent Hiring?

Negligent hiring lawsuits can occur when employers fail to perform background checks on potential employees. Companies should have specific hiring policies or guidelines that hiring managers are required to follow. These guidelines outline the proper procedures company managers should follow before hiring a potential candidate. In order...

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20 May DC Bill Would Bar Pre-Employment Marijuana Testing

The District of Columbia is considering legislation that would bar employers from conducting pre-employment marijuana testing, except as required by law. The bill—Prohibition of Pre-Employment Marijuana Testing Act of 2015—is scheduled to be discussed at a public hearing on Monday, February 9, 2015. The District of Columbia...

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19 May Failure to Adhere to the Fair Credit Reporting Act Cost Employer $4M

A class-action lawsuit filed in Virginia federal court against discount retail chain Dollar General for alleged violations of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) will be settled for $4 million. What Employers Must Learn From This Settlement: As an employer, Dollar General had various violations of...

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19 May Background Check Violations Costs Employer $4M

US Information Search -A class-action lawsuit filed in Virginia federal court against discount retail chain Dollar General for alleged violations of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) will be settled for $4 million. What Employers Must Learn From This Settlement: As an employer, Dollar General had...

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