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MBI Worldwide Once Again Receives Top Customer Satisfaction Rating By HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Publication

MBI Worldwide–a NAPBS-accredited provider of customized global employment screening solutions, receives another top customer satisfaction rating in the 2017 HRO Today Baker’s Dozen publication.  This publication recognizes employee background check and screening firms that excel in the overall breadth of service they provide to customers. ST. PETERSBURG, FL. December 2, 2017–MBI Worldwide is once again ranked in the HRO Today Baker’s …

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How MBI Worldwide Can Save You Millions of Dollars in Class Action Litigation?

A Simple “How-To” in Processing Adverse Action When you utilize employment background screening during your hiring process, you are taking the first step in precautionary means to protect your customers and employees. But what happens when that employment background check report yields negative results? The next move seems obvious: Move on with the next applicant!  Right? Not exactly. If your …

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Webinar – BACKGROUND SCREENING COMPLIANCE

MBI Worldwide Presents: COMPLIANCE – A Fun-Filled Webinar on All Things Background Screening Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 3 pm ET Hosted By:  Brian Chapman, CEO at MBI Worldwide Background Checks Topics Include: Ban the Box √ EEOC Issues √ Adverse Action Notices √ Authorizations √ Updated Form(s) Examples √ and much more! Sign Up for MBI Worldwide’s Webinar “COMPLIANCE – All Things Background Screening Webinar” …

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Social Media in the Workplace

Social media has become a way of life for many of us. The Pew Research Center says 70 percent of Americans use social media to stay connected and Facebook just announced today that it had over two billion users. In fact, you probably found this blog via the MBI Worldwide Facebook or Twitter pages. But are you reading this post …

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Tom Laundry Has “HOT” Office Supplies For Sale

Hey, everyone. Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I’ve been doing a lot of research on perfecting my NCAA bracket. And now that the games have started, I’ll be even less productive here. But I’ve also got a new hobby going, selling office supplies. It’s a great way to supplement my income at this lousy job. The process has …

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ANNUALS: Three Reasons Why You Should Re-Screen CURRENT Employees

Does “Bob in Bookkeeping” Have His Hand in Your Pocketbook? The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Research Department estimates that 69% of companies in the United States conduct some level of background check on new employees. As of 2012, most of these background checks are conducted after a contingent offer of employment. In 2009, “Bob in Bookkeeping” got a job for one …

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Does Your Employment Background Screening Company Need Accurate Job Applicant Data?

Are you a Hiring Manager flipping through resumes preparing to make a new hire for a current job opening?  Properly vetting a job candidate is a daunting task.  Not only do you need to look at the specific details on the job candidates resume (ie. where they’ve previously worked, term of employment, previous job titles and duties, references listed, etc),  but you will also need …

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What You Need to Know About Consent and Disclosure Forms

Consent and Disclosure For employers, the (EEOC) U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s criminal background screening guidance has created not only mass confusion, but serious hiring uncertainties on exactly how to conduct criminal background checks without significant legal risk to your organization. Using proper consent and disclosure forms during your hiring process is one crucial step to staying out of a class-action …

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Reminder: Los Angeles Ban the Box Ordinance Takes Effect January 22, 2017

In December, 2016, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signed into law a Ban the Box ordinance called the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring that requires employers to remove questions about criminal history from job applications and restricts them from asking job applicants about criminal convictions until after a conditional offer of employment is made. The L.A. Ban the Box Ordinance is …