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WEATHER ALERT: Hurricane Matthew

October 6, 2016 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:Hurricane Matthew is expected to hit Florida this evening and move up the East Coast. As a result, many courts will be closed or difficult to access and this may result in delays to court searches in those areas. We are monitoring the situation closely and will return results as quickly as possible as weather..

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Puerto Rico & Virgin Islands Holiday Closings

March 15, 2016 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:Puerto Rico government offices will be closed from Monday, March 21st through Friday, March 25th. Virgin Islands government offices will be closed March 24th, 25th, 28th, and 31st.

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Nashville Business Journal Announces Finalists for 2016 Best in Business Awards

March 8, 2016 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:We’re very pleased to see several of our clients are in the running for the Nashville Best in Business Awards. Congratulations and best of luck to all the finalists.

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NAPBS Statement on the Kalamazoo, Michigan Shootings

February 26, 2016 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:The following statement was released by the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) to address concerns over third party background screening in the wake of the Kalamazoo, Michigan shootings: On behalf of the more than 850 professional firms represented by the National Association of Professional Background Screeners, we condemn the senseless acts of violence..

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Small Business Certification

December 30, 2015 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:We are proud to announce that we have been certified by the Governor’s Office of Diversity Business Enterprise as a Small Business Enterprise. You can download a copy of our certificate here and our certification can also be confirmed via the Diversity Business Certified Directory. This means that we are now able to fulfill requirements..

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Background Checks: What Employers Need to Know

October 14, 2015 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:The laws regulating background checks used for employment purposes are constantly changing, but the FCRA remains the overall standard. The EEOC and FTC have issued guidance for employers to help streamline the use of background checks in the hiring process. Background Checks: What Employers Need to Know This document should help explain exactly what employers..

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Advanced FCRA Certification

September 22, 2015 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:We’re pleased to inform you that Joi Schurman and Brandon de la Cruz have both renewed their FCRA Advanced Certification this year. Confirm Choice is committed to staying informed of the many laws that govern our industry in order to keep you informed of the areas that impact your business. FCRA Advanced Certification is provided..

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Uber Criticized for Background Checks, But Many Services Do Far Less

August 28, 2015 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:In a new case of mixing good information with bad, several California counties have brought a civil suit against ride-sharing service Uber on the grounds that their background checks do not meet state standards. Taxi drivers are required to submit to a LiveScan fingerprint check, which the counties insist is “the most comprehensive form of..

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Ohio’s Background Check System Falls Short

April 28, 2015 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:A recent investigation has concluded that the fingerprint-based background check system used by the state of Ohio to screen state employees, childcare workers, emergency response personnel and gun owners is massively flawed and has cleared thousands of people with criminal records. This could, for example, allow convicted felons to obtain handgun permits. Attorney General Mike..

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Lyft Is Targeted by Class-Action Suit

March 17, 2015 | posted in: Uncategorized | by

Share:A class-action lawsuit has been filed against ride-sharing service Lyft, alleging that the company arbitrarily cut off a promotion that would have given drivers a $1,000 bonus. The criteria was apparently how long it took their background check to clear. If it did not clear by a certain date—regardless if it eventually came back clear—the..

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