Why EEOC guidance on criminal-background checks can be a good thing

01/21/2013 | ERE.net

Guidelines from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on how employers should conduct criminal-background checks could help companies improve their hires, Will Barada writes. "At first glance, these criteria may seem overwhelming. Upon closer inspection, savvy HR professionals will recognize they can be a roadmap to safe conduct," Barada writes.

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