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Onboarding new employees is an exciting time for most companies. One aspect of the hiring process—conducting criminal background checks—can be a daunting experience. To succeed on the road to criminal background check success, HR professionals need a roadmap (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidance) and a compass (Fair Credit Reporting Act guidance). These tools, in conjunction with counseling from your employment attorney, will help you successfully navigate the criminal background check process.

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