Mind Your Business (MYB) was honored to be featured in Capital at Play Magazine’s August Issue.  In the article Karen Caruso, Founder/CEO of MYB, discusses how she got her start in the background screening industry and her experience with government contracting. Karen says, “Most people in WNC are surprised to learn that a company like…

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Despite a year filled with challenges due to COVID-19, we are thrilled to announce Inc. magazine revealed that Mind Your Business, Inc. is No. 2831 on its annual Inc. 5000 list. The list is the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The annual compilation represents a unique look at the most successful…

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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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In today’s instant gratification economy, it’s easy to see the allure of the “instant” background check. However, good things come to those who wait. An instant background check could do more harm than good by putting your business, employees, and customers at risk. Myth: An instant background check provides the information to make a good…

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Black Friday 2019 is just weeks away, and retailers across the nation are already searching for qualified seasonal help. Finding good seasonal employees that are dependable, honest, and skilled in customer service means happier customers and larger sales. A worthy goal considering that last year Americans spent over $700 billion during the holiday season! Not…

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relating to the employee’s character, general reputation … and qualifications for potential employment.” Connor sued under the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (ICRAA), because First Student had not obtained her written permission before conducting any background screening, whether for a credit or character report. Meanwhile, First Student requested summary judgment due to the ICRAA…

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The Internal Revenue Service became the subject of public scrutiny when a government investigation by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration revealed that the IRS had turned over the names, social security numbers and addresses of more than 1.4 million U.S. residents to a government contractor whose employees had not undergone background checks back…

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education verification for a cashier job at the movie theater, but a criminal check and even employment verification will be essential for a police job where the applicant will have access to a firearm. Remember to be careful prying too deeply in the applicant’s recorded history especially with regard to applicant consent, so be aware…

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Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is describing as the first decision of its kind, Administrative Law Judge Patrick B. Augustine of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission recently upheld an OSHA recordkeeping citation issued against Caterpillar Logistics Services, Inc. for failing to record a musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) case on the OSHA 300 Log that…

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With social media websites effectively being free databases of information on their users, many employers are using sites such as Facebook or LinkedIn to perform their own background checks on job applicants. Facebook background checks are a prominent occurrence, due to the regularity of Facebook privacy changes. As users don’t keep up-to-date with the changes,…

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