This month, MYB added background screening industry sales and marketing veteran, John Lawrence to our team. John will serve as Chief Revenue Officer and manage all sales, marketing, and customer success personnel and activities. John was most recently Chief Marketing Officer for investigative data provider, Tracers Information Specialists, Inc. (Tracers). Prior to that, John served…

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Earlier this month, Uber revealed it received over 3,000 reports of sexual assaults related to its 1.3 billion rides in the United States in 2018. While Uber has a screening process in place, it has been criticized as inferior to the rigorous process required for taxi drivers. Currently, Uber states it conducts an online screening…

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With a background check a necessary part of today’s hiring process, there are an array of options for completing pre-employment screening. With over two decades of experience, MYB is able to combine experience and accreditation with personalized service and care. “A comprehensive background check empowers employers with the appropriate tools to make an informed hiring…

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HopSkipDrive website: “With HopSkipDrive, you have a reliable way to get your kids to any activity. You can schedule rides weeks in advance or with at least eight hours’ notice. Unlike carpool drivers, HopSkipDrivers are vetted for both childcare experience and driving safety.” Similarly to their ride-sharing predecessors, HopSkipDrive and Shuddle both say they conduct…

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Uber introduced a “safe ride fee” of $1 per ride, intended to go toward improving safety for riders and pedestrians through driver background checks and drug screening. Two California residents have filed a class-action lawsuit against Uber regarding that safe-ride fee. This suit is just one more thing in light of continued problems for the…

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the EEOC refused to disclose. Dollar General, in a similar suit, has also requested the policy to be made public, and the EEOC has responded likewise. The EEOC argues that its own screening policies are irrelevant to the cases it has open against BMW and Dollar General because, according to the Washington Examiner, “[the EEOC…

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After four students in the Woodbridge School District came forward with allegations that they’d been sexually assaulted by their teachers, Woodbridge School District and the Delaware House of Representatives are reconsidering their current background screening legislation and policies. Currently, the state allows new teachers to begin working before all background checks have been completed, a…

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Whether you’re leasing an apartment or renting out office space, your job is to fill the openings with tenants that will help you maintain your investment and avoid potential liabilities. If you suspect a potential renter will not pay on time or will cause excessive damage to the property, you have to do what’s in…

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Maryland fingerprinting company Worldwide Management was hired to provide criminal background checks and fingerprinting services as part of the pre-employment process. The company then vanished from its mall location, leaving those who had paid for screening services in the lurch. In addition, Worldwide Management owed the state of Maryland more than $300,000 for collections and…

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