Becoming GDPR Compliant – Step 2 of 12

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Data mapping should be a key element in any organization’s compliance strategy, including any pre-employment screening policy.

The prospective employer (data controller) can face questions from its candidate base about where their personal data is being sent and how it is used. When a data mapping exercise is successfully undertaken, the prospective employer can answer questions with confidence and provide the right level of comfort to candidates during what can be a stressful time. Knowing where data is being sent and how it is used, and being transparent in respect to data mapping, also reduces the risk of any claims of unauthorized handling of personal information.

Becoming GDPR Compliant – Step 1 of 12

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is less than a year away.

Yet, there still seems to be some way to go for most companies affected to achieve compliance with the new regulations.

Over the next year, HireRight will be releasing the “12 Steps to GDPR Compliance” blog series, aimed at addressing some key issues that are closely related to the HireRight services.

A Brief Course in Education Verifications

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It’s best to verify all elements of a resume and job application – including those of newly-hired C-level executives.

Since many candidates have assumed that a prospective employer may not bother verifying his or her educational background, he or she may exaggerate or provide fabrications in this area.

Demonstrating due diligence by directing a background check company to thoroughly validate job candidates’ education references will keep an employer at the head of the class.

Final Trucking Rules Spearhead a Positive Outlook for 2017 [Podcast]

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Several important rules were announced at the end of December 2016 that will positively affect motor carriers.

Bill Sullivan, Executive Vice President Advocacy for the American Trucking Associations reviews the recently published rules and what trucking may expect from the new administration.

Topics covered include: the drug and alcohol clearinghouse, entry-level driver training, hours-of-service restart and key advocacy priorities for 2017.