Our resource center provides a wealth of important information that will make your hiring process easier.
Required FCRA authorization from applicants and employees before prior to conducting employment checks.
Summary of Rights
Required disclosure that must be given to applicants explaining their rights under the FCRA.
FCRA requires Employers to provide an adverse action notice to any candidates or employees which are denied employment due to results of background check.
Employers must provide preliminary action notice to any candidates or employees who may not qualify for employment due to results of background check.
Notice to Users of Consumer Reports
Your company’s legal obligations as a user of consumer reports.
Consumer Dispute Form
Candidates complete this form if they believe there are discrepancies on their background check.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
Federal Law that governs how consumer reporting agencies use credit information.
Americans with Disabilities Act
Prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities with employment
Federal Trade Commission
The Federal Trade Commission works to avoid unfair business practices.
Wealth of resources for HR professionals
US Bureau of Labor
Bureau of Labor measures labor activity, working conditions, and workplace statistics.
US Department of Labor E–Laws
Employment laws assistance for workers and small businesses
National Association of Background Screeners
Best practices in the background screening industry
FTC Business Center
National consumer protection agency which deal with consumer complaints, and unfair business practices.