Validity Screening Solutions Background Check Expert to Present to the CUPA-HR Kansas Chapter

Employment Screening Services | November 07, 2016

Mike Fowler, Validity Screening Solutions, will present at the CUPA-HR (College and University Professional Association for Human Resources) Kansas Chapter State Conference on the risks and compliance issues associated with using social media throughout the pre-employment process of recruiting and hiring. While it may be quick and easy, there can be significant ramifications to using social networks in the employment screening or investigative process. “Social media is a provocative new tool for screening applicants,” said Fowler. “It offers insights not available through traditional mediums, such as resumes and CVs. The problem is that you also gain access to a treasure trove of information that can’t be used in the hiring process. It’s often the case that once the can is opened, it cannot be closed. This presentation identifies these landmines before your organization steps on them.”

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Southwest Airlines can scale quickly with Workday Human Capital Management and Prism Analytics, which provide critical real time and historical data on employees. Lindsey Lang, VP of People, and Tiffany Forrest, Director of People Systems, discuss how this is foundational to Southwest’s plans to expand up from 63,000 to 100,000 employees in the next five years. With Workday, the airline has simplified and automated internal processes to rapidly onboard new hires, access and understand data better, and keep pace with change.

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