The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued guidance last year about how employers should use criminal background checks of job applicants. Do you know what you can ask about an applicant’s criminal history, or how you should treat an applicant’s arrest record? Find out at the 2013 ASA Staffing Law Conference, May 7–8, in Washington, DC.
“Analyzing EEOC Guidance: Latest Background Check Parameters and Strategies” is just one of several can’t-miss sessions at the ASA Staffing Law Conference, the only program devoted to legal and regulatory issues facing staffing firms. Visit americanstaffing.net/lawconference for the agenda, registration information, and more.
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