As a trusted business partner, we’re committed to helping ensure our clients are in compliance with FCRA, EEOC, state and local policies and procedures. A key component of our ongoing focus is to remind you that we’re here to offer guidance each and every time you audit your employment screening program.
How can we help you?
User Access Lists: When did you last check to see who on your team member roster has access—and at which level—to your background screening process? Your user list is an important piece of access control that can easily be managed. Take the time to ensure that your list is accurate by removing any inactive users. Only takes a moment to review, and we’re more than happy to help! We invite you to call or email your client support team today.
Compliance Manual: Having a compliance manual on your shelf doesn’t necessarily mean you’re compliant. It’s a good idea to take it off the shelf on a regular basis for a comprehensive senior management review. Ensure that the content is accurate and fulfilling its purpose. Be prepared to make changes if necessary.
Commonly Used Documents: Forms and documents used on a regular basis can be easily considered “red-flag” items. Due to their ongoing use, employees may be unaware of changes made to laws that make the forms and products they use every day the source of an audit finding. Review commonly used documents to ensure the information contained in or gathered from them is legal and updated.
Employee Training: When you read through your employee training manuals, do you feel empowered or scared? If your program relies more heavily on promoting punishment for non-compliance than a focus on appropriate, ethical behavior, you may want to make meaningful adjustments. Retool your materials to teach and instill a culture of compliant and ethical behavior from employees at all levels.
We at A-Check Global are committed to data security and are driven to protecting our client partners by providing the tools needed to succeed. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about your employment screening program.