By: Nick Jasa
A case study of 6 recent EEOC and Class Action court cases that will help the audience develop an airtight background check policy. By looking at real world examples of court cases we can see what other companies such as Pepsi, BMW, Dollar General, Whole Foods and others did correctly or incorrectly to determine how to best build their own policies. Each case will provide one part of a 6 part background check policy that attendees can take home and use in a real world application.
Objectives of this presentation include:
To educate attendees on how to best create and enforce a background check policy in relation to current trends, the FCRA and the EEOC Guidance on the Use of Background Checks. Using case studies is an excellent way to follow how the courts are currently ruling on certain issues and by reviewing these 6 high profile company’s cases attendees will find the best and easiest way to craft a policy to fit their corporate needs.
About the Speaker:
Nick is the CEO of One Source and has been with the company for 13 years. Starting in the Operations Department, Nick has worked in every position possible at One Source. He attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha and helped start Credit Union Financing out of Colorado. Working in finance has been helpful to One Source, as both credit financing and background checks are regulated by the same rules, the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Nick is a regular speaker at local, state and national SHRM/School association conferences. He provides Ongoing Education credits for HR professionals to obtain or retain their PHR, SPHR and other certifications.