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Employee problems are caused by problem employees, and this session will help HR professionals legally avoid bad hires in the first place.
Just one bad hire can result in a legal and financial nightmare. Without taking appropriate steps, there is a near statistical certainty that an employer will hire someone with an unsuitable criminal record, or a falsified background, that can result in workplace violence, lawsuits for negligent hiring and time wasted recruiting and hiring the wrong person. On the other side of the screening fence, are the rising tides of lawsuits against employers alleging screening methods violate the law or are at odds with changes in civil rights legislation and the new EEOC Guidance on the use of criminal records. The screening landscape is more complex than ever.
In this two day interactive seminar, learn legally complaint best practices to keep your business productive and out of court. Explore how to obtain and utilize criminal records and background information on job applicants. Get updated on recent legal developments, and hear case studies that demonstrate what steps employers should take and mistakes to avoid. Learn about cutting edge issues, such as the use of social networking sites, new technology and the EEOC approach to the use of criminal records and credit reports. Explore why class action lawsuits are exploding against employers and how to effectively follow the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the numerous state laws that regulate background checks
The seminar will also survey a number of topic related to background checks, including process employers should use in hiring to minimize the chance of a bad hire, as well as how to implant a background screening system and to selecting a screening partner. There will also be an introduction to such critical topics as using social media, international background checks and drug testing.
You will leave this session with an understanding of immediate steps you can take to avoid a bad hire by creating a screening policy that stands up to a legal review.
It's never been more challenging to find and hire the right people. Employers are concerned not only about avoiding bad hires but also about avoiding legal problems. Without exercising due diligence in hiring, employers also risk mistakes that can result in legal and financial nightmares including workplace violence, unqualified employees, theft and litigation for negligent hiring. On the other hand, failure to follow legally complaint hiring practices can result in regulatory actions and class action lawsuits.
In this interactive two day live seminar; arm yourself with cutting edge tools, the latest legal developments and practical advice on the challenges of recruiting, background screening and hiring the best people for your organization.
Lecture 1: Importance of Background Checks
Lecture 2:1. Best Practices BEFORE Hiring
Lecture 3: Introduction to the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
Lecture 4:1. Criminal Records and Discrimination
|1||2 Attendees||10% off|
|2||3 to 6 Attendees||20% off|
|3||7 to 10 Attendees||25% off|
|4||10+ Attendees||30% off|
To avail the above group discounts, all the participants should register by making a single payment
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Lester S. Rosen, Rosen is an attorney at law and CEO of Employment Screening Resources (ESR), a national background screening company accredited by the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS). He is a consultant, writer, and frequent presenter nationwide on pre-employment screening and safe hiring issues. He also has qualified as an expert witness on issues surrounding safe hiring and due diligence. His speaking appearances have included numerous national and statewide conferences. He also is the author of "The Safe Hiring Manual: The Complete Guide to Employment Screening Background Checks for Employers, Recruiters, and Jobseekers" the first comprehensive book on background checks, and "The Safe Hiring Audit."