Global Webinar Schedule

January-March 2020

January 21 Tuesday 2 PM GTM ca

Background Screening, Brexit and Best Practice Consideration for Employees

In this webinar, experts from Fragomen LLP will explain what Brexit (and the new government) means for you and your employees, and what you should prepare for. They will also examine Right to Work checks and reveal whether you have the correct compliance processes in place. In addition, Sterling’s VP of Global Privacy will be on hand to examine the obligations that lie ahead with regards to data transfers in a post-Brexit world.

Presented by: Naomi Goldshtien, Senior Manager at Fragomen; Charlotte Willis, Senior Manager at Fragomen; Mark Sward, Vice President of Privacy at Sterling

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January 30 Thursday 2 PM ET us

CCPA

On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) goes into effect. Why does that matter to employers in the U.S.?In this webinar, privacy expert Mark Sward will explain how the CCPA will impact employers in the U.S., and how it applies to background screening and regulatory requirements.

Presented by: Mark Sward is Sterling’s VP of Global Privacy and Tanya Bryson, Head of Product Marketing.

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February 13 Thursday 2 PM ET us

Drug Testing in Healthcare: From Pain Point to Competitive Advantage

Instant vs lab based. Self-collect vs point of collection. Urine vs oral vs hair vs blood. Healthcare organizations have myriad choices when it comes to drug testing. Which one is best for your organization? Or should you have a hybrid program?

In this webinar, Sterling’s Healthcare and Drug Experts will discuss various methods available and the pros and cons of each.

Presented by: John Mallios, Senior Vice President of Drug & Health ; Ryan Garman, Director of Healthcare.

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February 25 Tuesday 2 PM ET ca

Compliance Matters - Why 15 minutes won't do the trick

In this day and age, speed is often the top priority when it comes to how organizations operate. But when it comes to background screening, cutting corners can lead to costly mistakes, such as expensive lawsuits and violation of workplace safety, just to name a few.

Join our panel of experts to learn what it truly means to perform a compliant background check and how 15 minutes might not always do the trick.

Presented by: Mark Sward – VP, Global Privacy – Sterling Backcheck and Chuck Walker – Sr. Advisor, Global Screening and Compliance – Sterling Backcheck

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March 03 Tuesday 2 PM ET ca

Question de conformité —Quand 15 minutes ne suffisent pas

De nos jours, les entreprises ont tendance à prioriser l’exécution rapide des tâches. Toutefois, en ce qui concerne la vérification d’antécédents, la prise de raccourcis peut avoir des conséquences graves, entraînant des poursuites coûteuses ou compromettant la sécurité en milieu de travail, pour ne donner que quelques exemples.

Dans ce webinaire, notre panel d’experts explique en quoi consiste une vérification d’antécédents conforme et pourquoi elle peut exiger plus de 15 minutes.

Présenté par : Mark Sward -Vice-président, protection de la vie privée – Sterling Backcheck

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March 11 Wednesday 1 PM ET us

Globalizing Your Screening Program—Lessons from the Front Line

There is no global background screening market. Each country- and sometimes municipality- has its own data, regulations, and quirks.

Learn from Sterling’s Steve Smith and David Bloom, who spend a lot of their time helping clients design and scale screening programs that cross borders.

Presented by:David Bloom, General Manager of the Gig, Volunteer, and Consumer groups at Sterling and Steve Smith, Managing Director for Sterling EMEA

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March 12 Thursday 2 PM ET us

Measuring and Communicating Volunteer Impact

This session will explore trends and emerging tools designed to demonstrate quantitative and, more importantly, qualitative results that position volunteer engagement as a valuable and effective resource within your organization.

Learn some of the latest metrics to track volunteer impact and gain tools to make the case for volunteer engagement as a vital resource.

Presented by: Beth Steinhorn, VQ Volunteer Strategies

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