At InfoMart, we monitor state and federal legislation for any changes that could impact the screening industry. We keep a close eye on legal trends in our heavily regulated industry and make adjustments whenever we see an opportunity to mitigate legal risk and improve the screening process for both our company and our clients.
InfoMart has always taken a proactive approach to legal compliance in our background screening process, and our software innovations play a significant role. That’s why our upgraded WebASAP portal includes a new Individualized Assessment feature as a standard compliance enhancement to the screening process.
Our IA feature provides a convenient way to streamline your adjudication processes while improving your compliance with the EEOC Guidance on The Use of Arrest and Criminal Records in Employment.
By documenting the adjudication process, our new IA feature can help you mitigate the risk associated with Title VII discrimination and defend against the legal scrutiny and action faced by employers that do not document their assessments.
At InfoMart, providing employers with a legally compliant screening program is the driving force behind all we do. The release of our enhanced WebASAP platform and newest IA feature reinforces our commitment to innovative compliance processes and a seamless customer experience. InfoMart’s focus in this area is also one of the reasons we remain one of the 10% of companies in our industry to have achieved accreditation by NAPBS, a formal recognition of our dedication to quality, service, and data protection.
The final segment of our WebASAP Features series will highlight client favorites identified during Beta Testing. Check back in with us next week to see what real clients are identifying as the best new WebASAP features.
Don’t rely on second-rate companies to conduct background checks for you. Contact InfoMart to learn more about our intensive and thorough process, and to get started today.