Accurate News

Jul 30
2014

Lawsuit Filed Against WMATA Over Criminal Background Check Policy

Nine plaintiffs filed a class-action lawsuit against the Washington Metropolitan Ara Transit Authority (WMATA) and three of their contractors, alleging their "comprehensive" criminal background check
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Jul 22
2014

Illinois Bans the Box

Illinois recently passed Ban the Box legislation for private employers, which will go into effect January 1, 2015. Overall this is a fairly standard “Ban the Box” where the employer “may not inquire
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Jul 07
2014

Accurate Background Ranked No. 1 Among National Security Companies by SIGNL

Accurate Background is honored to be ranked number one among 17 national security companies for growth in 2013. SIGNL analyzed millions of data points, including web and mobile traffic, social buzz,
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Jun 18
2014

Meet Accurate Background at SHRM 2014, Booth 2883

The Accurate Background team is busily preparing to hit the road for SHRM 2014 in Orlando, Florida, June 22nd – 25th, and we want to personally invite you to meet our team at booth 2883. We’ll be
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Jun 11
2014

Illinois Moves To Ban Criminal Background Questions From Job Applications

Recent news from Barnes and Thornburg, LLP points to another state, Illinois, moving to ban criminal background questions from job applications.
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May 18
2014

Senators introduce bill to improve credit report accuracy

Senators Schaltz & Brown introduce bill to improve to improve credit report accuracy and give consumers right to free credit score every year.
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May 05
2014

Six Priorities of the EEOC - 2012 - 2016

The EEOC is approximately halfway through its FY 2012-2016 Strategic Enforcement Plan (“SEP”), which is a road map for the agency’s enforcement and litigation strategy. The SEP identifies six major
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Apr 30
2014

New I-9 Form

The revised forms from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) must be used by May 7, 2013.
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Apr 30
2014

Reuters - US Federal Courts to Remain Open if Government Shuts Down

Federal courts would continue to hear and decide cases without interruption if the U.S. government shuts down on Tuesday morning as a result.
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Apr 30
2014

CNN - Government Shutdown: What's closed, what's open?

With the federal government now partially shut down, many government services and agencies are closed, suspended or otherwise impacted.
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