Compliance

You have high standards. Make sure your background screening partner does, too.

Set your mind at ease.

Avoiding the risks means hiring the right employee. But it also means finding a partner that is invested in meeting consumer reporting agency requirements.

Our compliance team—including a compliance manager with more than 15 years experience and FCRA Advanced Certification, as well as an in-house counsel—provides information and resources for informed decision making. We help you navigate Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Driver Privacy Protection, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and other federal and state laws, regulations, and standards.

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Accredited by the Professional Background Screening Association (PBSA)

The Background Screening Agency Accreditation Program (BSAAP) offered by the PBSA includes a rigorous onsite audit and, three years later, a surveillance audit to ensure agencies are maintaining their commitment to the highest industry standards.

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Adverse Action Compliance

Driven by conscious innovation, our Adverse Action Workflow tool streamlines the adverse action process required under the FCRA. Flexible options incorporate industry best practices and can be configured to help you meet various local and state requirements. Generate letters on demand, keep track of statuses and see time-stamped updates of each step along with way, all within our EASE platform.

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E-Disclosure and Authorization

Disclosure to your applicant that you are going to procure a background check is required under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), as well as some state consumer reporting laws. Our platform helps you reduce paperwork by taking care of these mandated disclosure and authorization forms needed to begin the background screening process.

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