Background Screening Resources
All clients must complete the Legal Counsel Acknowledgement.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act(FCRA) is the federal law which regulates all credit reporting agencies to ensure that all information gathered and distributed is a fair and accurate reflection of each consumer’s credit history and/or identity.
The Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act specifies a consumer’s right to grant or deny consent of access to their personal records or information for employment or to obtain credit of any sort. This summary also notifies all consumers of their right to know what is on their files and how to handle negative information, if any.
Templates are available. The pre-adverse is a notification sent to applicants undergoing screening for employment or promotion. An adverse action letter is used if an adverse decision, such as denial is the final result of the interviews, information gathering & screenings.
An overview of all state reporting guidelines considered with each screening. This chart outlines limitations for reporting for each state and standard turnaround times.
These guides include step-by-step tutorials for adding, reviewing and understanding reports through our online platform(s).