MYB attends NAPBS Annual Conference in Colorado

NAPBS Annual ImageMind Your Business headed out to Denver last week for the National Association of Professional Background Screeners’ 2014 annual conference. The conference included breakout educational sessions, an exhibition with more than 40 companies presenting on the tradeshow floor, and a keynote speech by Olympic Gold Medalist Shannon Miller. Education sessions included information on legal issues in background screening, technological advancements in the future, avoiding Fair Credit Reporting Act lawsuits, and completing international background checks, among many other topics. Individuals from several industries presented at these breakout sessions, including attorneys, background screeners, credit reporting agencies, law enforcement agencies, nonprofits, and even an employee from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Vendors also had the opportunity to showcase their products and services in 50-minute demonstrations interspersed throughout the sessions. Mind Your Business was excited to be able to attend the NAPBS conference and learn from the many sessions, and looks forward to future NAPBS events. For more information about the conference, visit NAPBS’ website, or check out Mind Your Business’ Twitter feed. Photo: Olympic Gold Medalist Shannon Miller giving the keynote speech.]]>

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