Incorporating legal requirements into your employment screening program
Achieving compliance with applicable federal and state laws can be an overwhelming added stress to an already complicated process. IntelliCorp closely monitors legislation and provides valuable information to help you maintain compliance in your screening program.
When conducting employment screening, it is vitally important to be aware of the required laws and regulations in order to avoid costly fines and litigation. The following compliance resources provide information on some of the important legislation:
Employment screening laws and regulations are complicated. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, IntelliCorp is aware of the varied legislation and can provide help in building a compliant employment screening program via our unparalleled service philosophy.
Our knowledgeable training professionals can provide resources to educate those in your organization who conduct employment screening and help them be vigilant in compliance management.
When you have questions that require quick and reliable answers, our customer service team will deliver fast and professional assistance.
Additionally, when you want to stay up-to-date on current or potential legislation, we offer a blog that is focused on providing information to educate and empower you in this complex industry.
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