April 15th, 2016 | Sterling
SterlingBackcheck Webinar: Properly Navigating the Adverse Action Process
An employment background check on your perfect candidate reveals a troubling criminal record. Now what?
The Adverse Action notification requirement is a two-step process employers are bound to follow under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) when employment is denied as a result of a background check. The process must be commenced prior to making a final hiring decision and is designed to protect candidates. But one non-compliant move in this process could lead to expensive lawsuits and a dent in your company’s reputation.
Want to hear more? Join SterlingBackcheck and TalentWise, A SterlingBackcheck Company on Tuesday, April 19, at 2 pm ET for, Adverse Action Essentials.
Our distinguished panel will be led by Angela Preston, SterlingBackcheck’s senior vice president of compliance and Jamie Donnelly, chief risk office at Integrity Staffing Solutions.
Topics to be discussed include the following:
- The current climate of FCRA litigation
- Key items you should consider to when developing or updating your Adverse Action process
- Recommendations for how to write and implement Adverse Action policies and procedures
- How Ban the Box laws affect Adverse Action
If you’re interested in learning about why it’s important to follow the Adverse Action Process –as well as tips and tricks to staying compliant throughout—be sure to join us for this complimentary webinar.
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