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Michigan to Redact Date of Birth Information from Court Records

The state of Michigan has several proposed amendments from the Michigan Supreme Court that will redact the Date of Birth (DOB) in court records effective July 1, 2021. As an employer, please help us change this ruling and take action.
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VerifyStudents

The Consequences of a Poor Immunization Tracking Process

Your student immunization tracking process should help students meet the requirements for participation in clinical rotational programs. However, if your process doesn’t have the mechanisms to help you verify student health and immunization data and deliver it to your clinical site partners on time, everyone involved will feel the impact.
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Hiring

Employment and Hiring Trends to Expect Under the New President

A new U.S. president often marks a shift in the focus of government policy. New laws and executive actions signal what the world can expect from the government in the next four years. And when there is a change in party, as occurred following the 2020 general election, the change can be even more dramatic. Jobs and employment are central to the economy, so it’s customary to see a broad array of changes in those areas with a new president. Often, there are direct implications for the workplace, and employers need to take notice. As Bridgette Klein from Willory, an HR staffing consultancy and Corporate Screening strategic ally, explains, “Anytime there is a change in employment regulations, employers need to take a fresh look at their current practices and make adjustments accordingly.”
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Background Screening

Addressing Background Check Misconceptions: Should You Pay for All Names and Counties?

Background screening involves many different sources of criminal information, each with varying levels of reliability and accuracy. There are local and national databases, registries, court systems, other data sources, all of which add to the complexity of background screening.
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Healthcare

5 Tips to Help Life Science Students Preparing for Clinical Rotations

Health science professions can include physicians, nurses, and specialists, and a key characteristic they have in common is the need for clinical rotations. At some point along the way, students pursuing these professions must gain specific clinical experience and interaction with real patients in a healthcare setting.  To help them get prepared, you can play a valuable role in connecting students with the necessary tools, resources, and other support to guide their transition.
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VerifyStudents

Attracting Students to Your Allied Health Program with the Growing Need for Healthcare Professionals

With the uncertainty around when new COVID-19 cases will consistently decrease, the need for healthcare professionals has soared to near dizzying heights. Health systems and hospitals already struggling with a healthcare talent shortage have faced an urgent need for respiratory specialists, nurses, emergency physicians, and other staff.
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Recruiting

Feeling Nickeled-and-Dimed? Breaking Down Extra Background Check Fees

Employment background screening has many variables, and as a result, screening costs can vary by search type and screening provider. When budgeting for background screening, you want value for your investment without feeling like you’re being overcharged or hit with a mass of hidden fees.  By asking some key questions and working with a trusted screening partner, you can position your organization to benefit from the best of both worlds: quality screening results at a price that doesn’t leave you feeling nickeled-and-dimed.
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Candidate Experience

Women & Minorities in the Workforce: How to Practice Inclusive Hiring

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a record number of employees were sent to work from home, and many others were laid off or furloughed. Women and underrepresented minorities were hit especially hard, resulting in a drop in employment among those groups.
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Healthcare

10 Reasons Healthcare Organizations Work with Corporate Screening for Background Checks

Background checks are critical to the hiring process for any industry, because they help organizations manage hiring risk and build a safer workplace. In the healthcare industry, where employees care for ill and vulnerable patients, making a risky hire can mean the difference between life and death. As a result, high-quality and accurate background checks are absolutely essential to healthcare recruitment and talent management. 
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Candidate Experience

What Is Self-Sovereign Identity Verification and How Is It Changing Background Screening?

Modern technology has transformed background screening from a manual, time-consuming process to one offering actionable background data to support hiring and talent management decision-making. As new, more reliable background data sources become available, background screening will become even more efficient than it is today. 
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Michigan to Redact Date of Birth Information from Court Records

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The Consequences of a Poor Immunization Tracking Process

Your student immunization tracking process should help students meet the requirements for participation in clinical rotational programs. However, if your process doesn’t have the mechanisms to help you ver...

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Employment and Hiring Trends to Expect Under the New President

A new U.S. president often marks a shift in the focus of government policy. New laws and executive actions signal what the world can expect from the government in the next four years. And when there is a c...

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