To the staffing industry, we can only say…we feel your pain! Asurint serves many top global staffing companies. Over years of designing, testing, and refining our specialized screening technologies and services, we’ve developed a deep understanding of the hurdles staffing firms and recruiters face throughout the candidate screening and notification process.
Without a doubt, two issues take top billing:
- Sifting through endless piles of background reports and adjudicating each candidate’s results according to the right matrix for the position is an eye-crossing burden.
- Ensuring all aspects of the pre-adverse and adverse action process are completed in compliance with Fair Credit Reporting Act requirements continues to be very stressful.
Fortunately, automation is coming to the rescue. Yes, it’s possible to bring fully compliant, customizable technology to bear on your staffing pain points. And Asurint’s Beth Dowdell will be explaining how in a webinar entitled Adverse Action & Adjudication: How to Automate Staffing’s Biggest Headaches.
The event will take place on Wednesday, February 26 at 12:00 PM. Sign up for the webinar to participate.
Adverse Action & Adjudication: How to Automate Staffing’s Biggest Headaches will be a high-level, solutions-focused presentation. Beth will discuss:
- FCRA impacts on the staffing industry
- The adverse action process
- Candidate adjudication considerations
- The steps you can take NOW to automate both adverse action and adjudication
FCRA-related lawsuits have increased over the past decade, which is putting pressure on staffing firms to reexamine and upgrade their adjudication and adverse action processes. An understanding of the current regulatory climate and knowledge of proven management systems are essential to reducing compliance risk
We all know that a long-term solution is far better than another bottle of ibuprofen on your desk. To access permanent “pain point relief,” join us for Adverse Action & Adjudication: How to Automate Staffing’s Biggest Headaches on Wednesday at noon.