Has negligent hiring changed from “the employer never did the background check” to “the background check was inadequate or incomplete”? Can you get an adequate and complete background check without hands-on intervention? The key is to know the federal and state laws regarding background screening and immigration compliance— and what kind of information is available electronically versus what you’ll need to research manually.
Based on the presenters’ extensive experience and knowledge, Sleuthing 101: How to Avoid Hiring the Employee From Hell gives you a comprehensive discussion of federal and state background-screening laws, including changes in state and federal immigration laws, the Form I-9, and use of the Department of Homeland Security employment verification system.
Join the experts in background screening and immigration and employment laws, Barry Nadell and Robert Divine, as they reveal the critical steps you need to consider to prevent mistakenly hiring an employee who may harm your company’s reputation, to comply with increasing requirements of state and federal authorities, and to avoid discrimination and other suits that can arise from “going too far.”
Here's some of what you'll learn in this information-packed, eye-opening conference:
Plus: Get a chance to ask your own questions on background screening and immigration/employment laws during the interactive Q&A session!
You're sure to walk away with the legal and practical knowledge you need to screen potential hires effectively and keep your company compliant!
Barry J. Nadell is the Senior Vice President of the Background Screening division of Kroll and the former President and co-founder of InfoLink Screening Services, now a Kroll company. Mr. Nadell is a licensed private investigator in Californa. He is a founding member and on the board of directors of the Nat... More info
Robert C. Divine is the Chairman of the Immigration Group of Baker Donelson, a law firm of 450 lawyers and public policy advisors with offices in 13 cities including Washington, D.C. Mr. Divine served in Washington, D.C. from July 2004 until November 2006 as the first Chief Counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigra... More info