[Webinar] Background Screening: Navigating Regulatory Issues While Protecting Employees, Customers & the Public
Background screening has become increasingly important in today’s competitive, complex and security-minded labor marketplace. Not only must organizations navigate an ever-evolving patchwork of federal and state regulations, they must cope with an emerging “gig economy” characterized by growing numbers of short-term contract and freelance employees.
Healthcare employers are already burdened with a myriad of regulations and industry accreditation requirements, but background check compliance is critical for any employer. As an accredited member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS), PreCheck is committed to the highest standards in the background screening industry. The following webinar is an excellent opportunity for employers to familiarize themselves with some of the latest best practices in employment screening.
Please join NAPBS Chair, Dawn Standerwick, and Executive Director, Melissa Sorenson on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 1 p.m. ET for a complimentary webinar in conjunction with HR.com to discuss the latest findings of the association’s national background check survey and how they may apply to your organization.
What You’ll Learn From the Webinar:
- The prevalence of background screening and specific practices
- The challenges faced in today’s marketplace and how these are being addressed
- The key reasons for background screening and how they are evolving
About the NAPBS Presenters
Dawn Standerwick has over 25 years of experience in all facets of workforce screening. Dawn is a long time member of the Board of Directors for NAPBS and currently serves on the executive board as chair. She also served on the Board of Directors for HR Tampa, Florida’s largest Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Chapter, as a co-director of sponsorships in 2013.
Melissa Sorenson currently serves as NAPBS’ first dedicated Executive Director with over seven years of industry experience. Sorenson is the single point of contact for all media inquiries and is also responsible for ensuring all contracted and volunteer services align with NAPBS’ strategic plan, managing contracted partner services, reviewing governance documents and member programs, evaluating existing and new revenue sources and overseeing the association’s finances generally. She holds a law degree from William Mitchell College of Law, received her Bachelor’s degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Minnesota State University, Mankato and is admitted to the Minnesota Bar.