Tag: EEOC

Background Screening and the EEOC

Background checks, particularly those that exclude an applicant based on criminal history, are facing increased scrutiny by the EEOC as they try to eliminate barriers in recruiting and hiring. The EEOC continues to advance its position that background checks should rarely be used, and only when relevant to the position in question. So far they […]

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Unemployment Costs are Rising!

7 out of 10 employers pay more in unemployment taxes than they should!                                        Do you have the expertise and resources to audit and detect all erroneous charges to your account? Should you use a third party to manage your Unemployment process? WOLFE partners with one of the premier management companies in the U.S. specializing […]

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EEOC to release new guidance on Use of Criminal Histories and Credit Checks

The EEOC is about to release new guidance on the use of Criminal Histories and Credit Checks as part of the hiring process. States and local governments also are targeting aspects of the hiring process. For example, several states are focusing on questions about prior criminal history on applications. These often are referred to as […]

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