February 7, 2018
Federal and State Provisions for Employee Background Checks and Criminal Records
It can be a rough rode to employment for anyone with a blemish on their criminal record. In the United States, that’s at least sixty-five million people! The vast majority of employers include a criminal background check in their hiring process (at least 92% according to one survey), which puts a lot of job seekers […]
June 2, 2014
What Can We Learn from the EOCC v. Kaplan Decision?
It is every employer’s nightmare to be accused of discrimination. But in today’s world it’s a very real possibility. And while the EOCC’s dictation of employee and employer rights and responsibilities is vital to ending discrimination based on any category, with the case of EOCC v. Kaplan we can see how this agency can sometimes […]