The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has released its 2017 Hiring Trends report. The report covers five core predictions that largely align with the advice Barada has been imparting to its clients: Ban the box will become the norm. Screening of contingent workers will grow. Continuous screening will increase. Social media screening will continue.…Details
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A high quality reference check is an important part of every candidate evaluation and essential to creating a complete picture of an individual’s suitability for a position and match for your organization. Through decades of practice we have developed a disciplined approach that enables our associates to read between the lines and get past the standard filters and objections to identify a clearer and more complete candidate portrait.
High Profile Screening
In today’s 24/7, always-connected business environment, leaders need to be confident that key executives and high profile employees will only appear in tomorrow’s news cycle when they want them to be. Your business can ill afford to be embarrassed by misbehavior and technical omissions from last week, last year or long ago. Get thorough details about a candidate before you make a High Profile hire and be confident that no stone was left unturned.
- The Department of Labor estimates it costs between 50% and 200% of an executive’s salary to replace him or her effectively―regardless of how long the person stays.
- It has been estimated that the average interviewer may make a hiring decision in the first 20 seconds (sometimes as few as four). Executive screening provides the necessary objectivity to prevent rash judgments.
- One Fortune 500 Technology firm acquired a new executive who misrepresented an MBA from Stanford. When the news broke five years later, an analyst downgraded the company and the firm’s stock dropped by as much as 20%.
Before your company becomes one of these statistics, give Barada Associates a call. It will be the best “hiring” decision you’ll ever make.
Background Screening News
Appeals Court Establishes Criteria by Which Employers “Willfully” Violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act
On January 20, 2017, in an opinion issued for Syed v. M-I, LLC, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that employers can “willfully” violate the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). The criteria cited by the court was providing job applicants with a pre-employment background check disclosure that also includes a liability waiver for employers and others.…Details