The Power of Our Partnership: HireRight + Greenhouse

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“The Future of Work is here.” This is a popular sentiment within the human resources space, but what does it really mean? For HireRight partner Greenhouse, it means helping people-first companies unlock human potential by powering their workforce systems to hire great talent. Having a great recruitment program is not just about having an effective […]

DC Council Advances Job Protections for Marijuana Users

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This blog was originally published in Forbes on June 10, 2022.The Washington DC Council approved a bill that provides broad protections for marijuana users in the city. The bill, titled the Cannabis Employment Protections Amendment Act of 2022, prohibits employers from adversely affecting the employment of any person who uses marijuana, even if they test […]

3 Reasons Why Employers Should Be Concerned About Workforce Substance Abuse

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Employers have a lot to worry about these days. COVID safety protocols, the increasingly difficult task of hiring and retaining employees, and maintaining a diverse workforce are among current concerns. However, substance abuse among your workforce should not be discounted. Drug and alcohol addiction costs U.S. organizations billions of dollars per year, which is inclusive […]

#LifeAtHireRight: Spotlight on our HOLA Affinity Group

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Here at HireRight, our teams work hard to build the future of screening services while striving to put the customer first. Internally, we rally around a culture committed to collaboration, service-first mindset, sense of ownership, and other corporate values to help employers get it right – every time, everywhere. But what is it like to […]

Negotiating In The Dark No More: NYC Employers Will Soon Be Required To Disclose Salaries In Job Postings

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This blog was originally published in Forbes on February 16, 2022. With a single Tweet, “…if you apply for my old job as a Senior Travel Reporter, you should ask for no less than $115K…,” Victoria Walker ignited the #shareyoursalary movement aimed at normalizing open conversations about pay. “I believe being transparent is one way to achieve equity in media,” said […]