Monthly Archives: May 2017

TO ALL NEW YORK STATE EMPLOYERS – Reporting of criminal record information

RE:  Reporting of criminal record information on a job applicant whose annual income is expected to be under $25,000.
Under NY State law, we are prevented from reporting convictions to you that are over 7-years old if the rate for the job for which the applicant is being considered pays less then $25,000 per year.
This is a departure from the […]

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The Morning Risk Report: Lack of Post-Employment Checks Expose Companies

Wall Street Journal (04/27/17) DiPietro, Ben
From “The Morning Risk Report: Lack of Post-Employment Checks Expose Companies”
Wall Street Journal (04/27/17) DiPietro, Ben

Most companies with 100 or more employees conduct pre-employment background checks on potential workers, but most stop checking on workers after they are hired. This practice opens up potential security and compliance risks, according to […]

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