9 Common Mix-ups That Disrupt Your Screening Strategy

August 28, 2019 – 10am CT / 11am ET


Even the most seasoned HR professionals might be surprised to learn what they think they know about background screening isn’t entirely accurate. The truth is, separating fact from fiction is sometimes a challenge and this could affect the decisions made when selecting what goes in to a background check program.

In this webinar, we will address the 9 most common myths about background checks. Using real-life examples and inside research, we will challenge several commonly held beliefs that are used to determine what, how, and why certain background checks are used. We take an in-depth look into specific background checks, configurations, and sources to give you confidence when discussing and making decisions about your background screening program.

Discover the real story about:

    • When product mix-ups happen for similar names or sources
    • How you could miss records by using only limited information or identifiers
    • What misconceptions about sources may leave gaps in screening results

    Join us to get a better grasp on areas that are widely misunderstood. Walk away from this event with an understanding of ways misunderstandings might be obstructing your screening program and potential adjustments you might consider to cover impacted areas.

    Who Should Participate;

    HR Managers, Directors and VPs at companies in the United States

    Sign up today to earn HRCI and SHRM credits towards your recertification.


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