Let the HR sunshine in! Outside the temperature is way below zero, driving to work is awful, the company parking lot has a lot less spots (mountains of snow in their place) but the sun is shining and it feels good.
In today’s day of constant data breaches, any H.R. or recruiting professional needs to take extra time ensuring that a candidate or potential hire’s information is safe and secure. A friend, recently informed me that they were going to use GoodHire for a background check after an offer to a potential employee had been given.
Do you have a mentor? With the start of a new year and an improving economy, it may be a good time to evaluate your current career path and make some decisions about where you are headed. Rather than assuming things are greener in other pastures, it might be helpful to get some advice from someone who has been there, done that.
When you are hiring employees, you might need more information on a candidate to make an informed decision.
The following list includes the types of information that employers often consult as part of a pre-employment check, and the laws governing access and use for making hiring decisions.