How to Run a Background Check on Yourself

If you’re seeking a job or a new apartment, it’s almost certain a background check is in your future. To prepare for that likelihood, and to avoid surprises, you may want to consider running a background check on yourself.

The Complete Guide to Background Checks

The 10 Most Common Background Checks and What They Include

What is a background check?

A background...

This Organization Welcomes the Formerly Incarcerated Back Into Society

It’s 6am and Becca Carter is sitting in her car outside of San Quentin State Prison, the oldest...

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Fair Chance Hiring is a Win-Win for Businesses and Employees

Each year, more than 650,000 citizens are released from prison. Unfortunately, recidivism is...

Veteran Employment Is Up. Here's How To Hire and Keep The Best

Editor's Note: As we honor those who have served our country and their families on Veteran's Day, we...

Volunteering Is A Powerful Way For Ex-Offenders To Re-Enter The...

Barriers and hiring filters impede smooth re-entry into the workforce for ex-offenders. Many...

4 Hidden Costs In Your Background Screening (And What They Mean)

Do you know how much employment background checks  cost your organization?

On the surface, this...

4 Honest Answers About Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace

Accusations of “extreme” pay discrimination at Google grabbed headlines recently. Claims that...

Move Over Millennials. Generation Z Is Here. And They’re Hungry

A massive horde lurches toward adulthood, carrying with them a bevy of devices and a lifetime of tech...

Stay on top of ever-changing background check laws with our ultimate guide to background check compliance.