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The EEOC is Cracking Down on the Improper Use of Criminal Records

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Learn the EEOC Guidelines and Best Practices for Using Criminal Background Checks when Hiring

If you are using criminal records to make employment decisions, you are not alone. However, the EEOC is now ENFORCING their guidelines where the use of criminal records is creating a ‘Disparate Impact’ for certain segments of the population.

Watch this free webinar to:

  • Learn the significant changes in the EEOC Guidelines
  • Learn how to identify “Disparate Impact”
  • Review examples of litigation lost by companies
  • Review case studies and learn how to identify risky situations
  • Create your game plan for complying with the EEOC Guidelines

Let’s get to know each other a bit, then sit back and enjoy the show…

Our Guest Expert is Laura Wheeler from HRintuitive

Assisting organizations with managing their global screening programs.

Laura Wheeler has over 13 years experience in the background screening industry having started a screening firm that she later sold to a National competitor.

Laura has lectured on employment screening for Lorman Seminars and at UCSB’s SHRM chapter. She has also provided consulting for litigation support. Laura is a member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners where she co-chairs the Communications Committee. She is also a member of the Santa Barbara Human Resources Association where she holds a Board Position.