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Outrageous Resume Lies, Frauds, and Employment Scam Artists Revealed in Free Webinar September 9th

Liars, con artists, and employment scammers are about to have their cover blown in a live webinar hosted by professional background screening expert Kevin Connell. In this free interactive webinar, Connell will share real stories of outrageous resume lies and reveal insider secrets of employment scam artists. TAMPA FL — Today’s most prosperous liars, con […]

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Employers: Avoid The Worst Employees Of The Year!

The Worst Employees These employees seem to cause or attract trouble wherever they go. The problems can be mild like the chronic troublemaker who always seems to have a hard time getting to work on time because the car had a flat tire or there was an “accident”. Then there is the extreme employee who […]

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Who is Coming into Your House?

Who are you allowing in your House? Sue Weaver contacted a major department store to have her air ducts cleaned. She didn’t know they were sending a twice-convicted sex offender into her home–and that he would later rape and murder her. Her sister started a nonprofit organization to raise awareness about this little-known danger. The […]

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Who’s Hands are in Your Money?

This story was taken from KTLA – LA News as a great representation of why Employee Background Screening is so vital. Every employer needs do their do diligence and make sure they know who they are hiring or they could fall victim just like the employer below. LOS ANGELES — An Inglewood woman is accused […]

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Employee Social Media Use: Danger to Your Business?

Bimbo Bakeries USA (bakers of the Thomas’ brand English muffins) and former senior vice president Chris Botticella are caught up in a trade secrets lawsuit. What’s at issue is this: Has – or will — Botticella reveal the secrets of manufacturing the famous English muffins to the new employer, Hostess, Inc.? Bimbo Bakeries offers testimony […]

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Don’t Be Scared by “Scareware”

We’ve all seen them—pop-up messages telling you your computer is infected with a virus. To get rid of it, all you have to do is order the antivirus software being advertised. Before you click, though, know this: few Internet security companies use ads to tell you about a virus on your computer. Most of these […]

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