"Hiring Litigation Grows, 5 Areas to Reduce Risk"

It is critical as an HR professional to know how to use criminal records in the background screening process and to follow proper procedures to protect your organization.

Join Credential Check Corporation and Pam Devata of Seyfarth Shaw LLP in a webinar...

Pam will share her insight on...

Litigation Trends

Disclosure and Authorization Pitfalls

Adverse Action Do's and Don'ts

Utilizing Credit Checks

EEOC Guidance

Pamela Q. Devata, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Ms. Devata is a partner in the Labor and Employment Practice Group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. She specializes in all aspects of employment defense including counseling, training, and litigation. Ms. Devata has a special emphasis on the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and related state laws effecting background screening.

Credential Check Corporation Can Help You Reduce Compliance Risk

Your Partner In Compliance

Credential Check is one of only 7 vendors to be accredited to date by the NAPBS with no items to address and no suggestions for improvement in our accreditation audit in 2015.

Assure “Maximum Possible Accuracy”

We are a founding member of Concerned CRA’s which is against the off-shoring of candidate data and reporting data without validation (validation is critical for “Maximum Possible Accuracy” under the FCRA).

Your Information and Support Stay In The U.S.

Unlike other providers with a global reach, Credential Check’s processing and customer service team is located on U.S. soil.

Credential Check Corporation is a global workforce screening firm with over 30 years of experience. We focus on keeping our clients in compliance, fast and reliable turnaround time and offer the most stringent quality assurance practices in the profession. Our platform includes background screening, substance abuse testing, and occupational health screening administration and is integrated with over 20 Applicant Tracking Systems/HRIS.

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