I love the peace of mind that I am following EEOC and FCRA guidelines when requesting a background check.
Jennifer M. GoodHire Employer
The EEOC and many state and federal laws actively discourage employers from screening out candidates based exclusively on criminal records.
True Me, our award-winning candidate experience lets candidates add context around criminal records directly into their background check results.
The context helps you make an informed, individualized assessment as required by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
True Me can also keep qualified candidates in the pipeline, helping you make confident, effective and fair hiring decisions when a candidate has a criminal record.
GoodHire is unlike the background checks you’ve heard of before. Their innovative candidate-focused, technology-enabled approach is very interesting.
I like what you are doing at GoodHire, keep it up!
Steve Boese, HR Happy Hour host & Co-Chair of the HR Technology Conference
When you consider denying employment or promotion based on information in a background check, you must follow the adverse action processes mandated by the FCRA, EEOC guidance, and any state and local laws that apply.
It’s as complicated as it sounds. But you're not alone. Every GoodHire background check includes our integrated adverse action solution, which untangles the overlapping fair hiring laws for you.INTEGRATED ADVERSE ACTION