Business owners are generally aware that their decision of whether or not to hire a job candidate cannot be based on discriminatory or other prohibited reasons. For the most part, those reasons are clear and easy to understand.
Ronald Parks, Director of Talent Services at the diversity talent acquisition firm Talent Empire, says "Generally, any employee who will be involved in financial transactions, budget disbursements, or vendor management and selection is asked to consent to a background check and a credit check.
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