Digital Data Background Checks

What Employers Need to Know About Digital Data & Top 10 Mistakes Employers Make When Conducting Background Checks

Diversified Risk Management Inc. announces complimentary workplace training semimnar to help your business succeed in 2010.

What Employers Need to Know About Digital Data – 1 Hour

We invite you to come and learn how "Metadata" can enhance human resources communications. "Metadata" should manage data with careful thought or consideration as to how the information will ultimately be accessed, who might be using it and for what purposes. Also, because forensic computer examinations are becoming common in workplace investigations, we will help you obtain a firm understanding, step by step, of the computer forensic examination process. You will learn the importance of preserving evidence and how essential a documented "chain of custody" can be to a successful presentation of a case in a criminal, civil or administrative law court. Finally, we will address the usage of devices that store digital data, including computers, cellular phones, PDA's, external hard drives, and thumb drives. Don't miss the opportunity to shore up your firm's digital security through enhanced knowledge.

Top 10 Mistakes Employers Make When Conducting Background Checks – 1 Hour

Plaintiffs' attorneys are preying successfully on firms that make simple errors conducting background investigations. Are you using the appropriate state and federally compliant releases and disclosures? Employers often have false senses of security when performing background checks. Did you know the result of a nationwide criminal database search, by itself, is not permissible for employment purposes? Are you sure your background screening vendor is licensed to sell you information? This segment of the seminar will address some frequent and major mistakes employers make when conducting background checks. We will stress the importance of using the appropriate forms and releases when performing background checks, and the topics covered will include I-9 verifications, immigration issues and the potential legal and financial consequences for non-compliance. For your firm's financial security, you should attend this seminar.

Thursday, February 25th 2010

Registration Time:
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM

The Vernon Chamber of Commerce
3801 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, CA 90058


Call Michele Cordova (562) 319-0471
or email
Registration is on a first come first served basis and seating is limited.

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