These days, running a background check on a candidate during the recruiting process is common practice. Most employers know they need to get consent in a stand alone form and provide the results of the check to the candidate in some cases (for more information on this see the EEOC’s website: https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/publications/background_checks_employers.cfm) But what about…

It has become fairly routine for employers throughout the US to run an employee credit check on a prospective new hire, and it’s almost an expected part of the process. If you’re doing these checks without good reason or without complying with federal law, however, or you’re handling the process or the information incorrectly, you…

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