Criminal records are keeping millions of people out of the workforce but new policies are closing the divide.
By Marta Chmielowicz
77 million. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, that’s the number of American adults who have a criminal record—one in three.
This year’s iTalent Competition winner is helping organizations reduce time to hire and maintain compliance to boot.
By Taylor Thompson
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average cost of a poor hiring decision can equal 30 percent of the first year’s potential earnings. Glassdoor and the Brandon Hall Group also report that 95 percent of employers admit to suffering from at least one bad hire every year. With increasing pressure to find the right hires and growing candidate expectations of a customer-like experience, HR needs a vetting process that can keep up with the rapidly-changing nature of the hiring process. Enter background screening platform Verified First.