DHR Webinar: From Ban the Box to EEOC: Latest Regulation and Employer Trends & Best Practices to Avoid Lawsuits

Jun 22, 2017

Do you skip workforce screening for new employees?
Are you taking a do-it-yourself approach to background checks?

If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, you could be putting your business at risk.

Attend this webinar and find out why companies screen.

During this webinar we will discuss:

  • Best practices on employment screening
  • Complying with the FCRA
  • Employer responsibilities under EEOC
  • Ban the box and other state/local issues
  • Tips on how to avoid lawsuits

Register for the webinar

Wednesday, July 12th
10am - 11am MST

The presenter is Laura Randazzo, Vice President Compliance, Aurico – a CareerBuilder company

Laura has held senior management positions with three background-screening companies prior to joining Aurico. With over 25 years of industry experience, her responsibilities have included overseeing all internal and external operations related to background investigations, technology integration, customer service and compliance. She holds an Illinois Private Detective Class 1 license, NAPBS Advanced FCRA Certification. She has held the position of Chair on the Board of Directors with the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) and is currently on the NAPBS Accreditation Committee and has testified as an expert witness involving negligent hiring and non-compliance.

This webinar will be recorded and a replay link will be sent to all registrants after the webcast. So, register for the event even if you can’t attend the live session.

Ban the Box Webinar for HR Progessionals

 

Todd Miller

Written by Todd Miller

Director of Marketing, DHR

Todd leads DHR’s marketing department and is responsible for overall marketing strategy and execution. With nearly 15 years in the sourcing services and solutions space, Todd provides interesting insight on a variety of topics in this fast-paced and ever-changing industry.

Todd lives in Scottsdale with his two daughters and Collie/Shepard. One is a good boy.