Healthcare jobs account for 14% of the U.S. workforce, the second-largest employment segment in the nation. With patients’ safety at stake, organizations that deliver healthcare must ensure that the individuals they employ are properly licensed,.
With about 157 million individuals in the U.S. workforce and 10 million Americans arrested each year, there’s a possibility that at some point, one of your employees will be arrested.
As part of the Professional Background Screening Association 2020 Virtual Conference, our own Brian Kelly co-presented a session with Vince Pascarella of Wholesale Screening Solutions on moving “beyond the buzzword” of criminal monitoring. For.
For as long as state agencies have provided unemployment benefits to those in need, bad actors have tried to exploit these programs. Now following a surge in claims connected to COVID-19, these agencies are experiencing a drastic rise in fraud – and.
Like background screens, post-hire criminal monitoring programs need to be flexible to adjust to the needs of each client’s risk profile, company policies, operating jurisdictions, and regulatory environment. The foundation for effective continuous.
Incarcerated fathers face an uphill battle once they have been released from jail or prison. Every justice-involved person faces challenges in finding employment, stable housing, and consistent healthcare. But for the more than 700,000 incarcerated.
In times of uncertainty like a global pandemic or an economic downturn, it’s important to make sure your data provider is a strong collaborator who understands your mission and goals. Organizations that remain committed to their core values in the.
In October 2019, We attended the meeting of a jail overcrowding taskforce in Indiana where members brainstormed solutions for jail overcrowding. A statement from an officer at the meeting is central to the issue of jail overcrowding: “We need to.