Detecting Drug Use in the Workplace: Then and Now

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Today, drug-free workplace initiatives and drug testing programs are commonplace, but are these programs outdated and stuck in the past?

Workplace drug testing began in the 1980s and has been evolving ever since. But many employers haven’t kept up with the changes and have not evolved their programs to address today’s drug screening challenges.

Let’s take a look at drug testing then and now.

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Can the FCRA Apply to the Sharing Economy?

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Can the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) apply to the Sharing Economy? And are all of the FCRA’s requirements really pertinent to our business? These are some of the most common questions HireRight receives from companies participating in the Sharing Economy who offer digital marketplaces. While there is not a definitive answer to these questions, […]

Four Best Practices for Building a Background Screening Program to Comply With a Myriad of Federal and State Laws

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by Paul H. Kehoe and Pamela Quigley Devata, attorneys with Seyfarth Shaw LLP It is critical for businesses to provide a safe environment for their employees and customers, and to protect the company’s interests. Whether you are hiring employees, working with independent contractors, or engaging volunteers, background checks can help make sure you have the […]

Creating an Organizational Czar

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We understand how difficult it can be to keep up with all the changes occurring with the EEOC and the other regulatory bodies in the healthcare world. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just schedule a one-on-one personal session with a lawyer who specializes in this area to answer all your questions? Well we’ve […]