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    Background Screening: What You Don't Know Can Hurt Your Organization

    Date: March 21, 2017, 11:30am – 1:30pm
    Location:
    College of Charleston North Campus
    3800 Paramount Drive
    North Charleston, SC 29405
    Price:
    $20 Members $25 Non Members
    Event Type:
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    Presenter: 

    Debra Keller, Vice President of Operations & Compliance for Reference Services, Inc.

    FCRA Advanced Certification, SHRM Certified Speaker, BSCC Accredited

    Deb Keller is a national authority on background screening, regulatory compliance, the FCRA, the use of criminal records in the employment process and the EEOC “New” Guidance of 2012.  She is a frequent speaker at conferences across the country including the 2016 SHRM National Conference.  Deb leads an internal team of background screening professionals, as well as a national sales team.  She and her firm care for clients in all industries, of all sizes, in all 50 states & internationally.

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    Session Information:

    Performing background checks is critical.  You can improve applicant quality, reduce theft and violence, and protect yourself from negligent hiring.  But not knowing what makes a good screen or the differences in data can make a background check useless.  You also must keep up with changing regs regarding criminal records while there’s no education.  You will learn:

    • The real reasons you should perform employee background checks and the components of a truly comprehensive background check – what you need and what you don’t.
    • Where criminal records come from, what constitutes “good data” and the differences in manual data poses.
    • About “order review” and why it’s important, fingerprinting (and why it’s not), credit reports (can I run them?)
    • And federal searches
    • Who regulates background screening and why, common compliancy problems and how to avoid them
    • Including applicant authorization forms, adverse action, and what charges you can consider and for how long, including state and federal regulations.

     Meeting approved for HRCI & SHRM Certification Credit.

               

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