Employers have the right to determine who should-and shouldn't get hired, don't they? Well, yes-and no. Currently, the EEOC has been heavily scrutinizing employer's background check processes. In recent legal cases, some employers were sued for discrimination in their hiring practices-simply due to the way they were conducting pre-employment background checks.
It happens more frequently today: a background check on an applicant comes back with "scary stuff", like a felony conviction for assault and battery, or it may list an arrest-but then there are no further enlisted information. Questions such as - what are the legal requirements, what should you do, or what if you find out that a current employee got arrested and has a pending court date - will inevitably crop up.
In this informative webinar by expert speaker Natalie Ivey, you will gain the knowledge of important laws regarding hiring employees with a criminal history, how to properly assess a candidate to avoid running afoul of anti-discrimination laws, learn best practices in applicant screening to avoid violating the FCRA--and how to handle situations in which current employees have had a brush with the law.
Who Should Attend
Natalie Ivey MBA, SPHR
Natalie Ivey, MBA, SPHR is an HR consultant, professional speaker, author, and educator within the HR profession. She has more than two decades of leadership and HR management experience with Fortune 500 organizations and in working as a trusted advisor and consultant to business leaders both in the U.S. and abroad. Sh... More info