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Minnesota became the 23rd state in the nation to legalize adult-use cannabis, joining a growing trend of states that have reformed their marijuana laws in recent years. How will this affect your company drug testing policies?
One of the most important distinctions to understand is between county, state, and federal background checks. These are three different levels of jurisdiction that may have different records and databases for criminal and civil cases. Depending on the nature and location of the job, employers may need to order one or more of these checks to get a complete report of a candidate's background. Today, we’ll discuss the main differences in these three types of checks.
Employment background screening verifies the information provided by job applicants, such as their education, work history, criminal records, and references. Some background screening companies are implementing AI to automate and enhance this process in various areas. However, using AI to automate certain processes could potentially have serious consequences for both employers and applicants.