4 Cool Benefits of Using Video for Initial Interviews hireright 2

4 Cool Benefits of Using Video for Initial Interviews

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Phone or in-person interviews for first-time meetings with job candidates are just so 20th Century.

Today, it’s just as easy – and may be quite a bit better for you, your company, and the candidate – to use video for the initial interview.

Consider: It will take the same amount of time as a face-to-face or voice-only meeting, but using Skype or Facetime for the initial interview offers a number of significant benefits to HR professionals.

basics of background checks in the US

The Basics of Background Checks in the United States [Infographic]

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Most employers conduct some sort of background check before hiring a new employee. It shouldn’t be a surprise to prospective employees, but sometimes it is if they’ve never been through a verification before. For some candidates, this can be a daunting stage of the job seeking process and they may have a lot of questions.

To help answer some basic questions and ease candidates’ minds, we’ve put together this infographic as a tool for you to share with them.

How to Find the Right Background Screening Vendor 10 Questions to Ask HireRight

How to Find the Right Background Screening Vendor: 10 Questions to Ask

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So you’ve determined that you should be conducting background checks, but getting started can be a daunting process.

An Internet search for screening vendors can turn up dozens upon dozens of possible providers – how do you pick just one?

Your most important goal is to engage a vendor that meets your organization’s specific needs.

Here are some things to consider and questions to ask of potential vendors.

New Proposal For Carrier Fitness Determinations Sets a Higher Bar for Bigger Fleets hireright

New Proposal Sets a Higher Bar for Bigger Fleets – Is that Fair?

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Earlier this year, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) proposed a new method for assigning motor carriers’ safety fitness determinations (SFD), commonly called safety ratings.

Currently, safety ratings are assigned after the completion of a labor-intensive compliance review (CR) – or audit – of records at the carrier’s place of business.

FMCSA now proposes to also use data from its Compliance Safety, Accountability (CSA) Safety Measurement System (SMS), in addition to information gathered during on-site compliance reviews, to make SFDs on a monthly basis.