Sex offenders are not the most welcome employees with most employers. While some employers we talk to believe that sex offenders should be given a second chance and that consideration for a position should be based on their talents and not their sex offenders, others believe quite the opposite.
Certain employers believe sex offenders are toxic to the workplace environment. I tend to agree. Office morale is often diminished and there is often undue focus placed on the sex…Continue
Added by Gordon Basichis on March 28, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Industrial espionage has been on the rise, along with employee theft. Perhaps it is the bad economy or perhaps the overall loosening of ethics, but more employees, disgruntled and otherwise are stealing valuable proprietary data and attempting to sell it to the competitor.
French automotive giant, Renault, thought it had such a calamity where three of its employees where suspected of stealing sensitive documents related to Renault's electric car program and selling it off to the…Continue
Added by Gordon Basichis on March 21, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
In an economic downturn, there are some employers and many state and local governmental concerns that look to cut costs by avoiding background checks on public officials and political candidates. Invariably, it seems, such avoidance of background checks comes back to haunt them. Ugly stuff about an employee's political history is later discovered and this proves embarrassing and in certain cases costly. There are often civil litigation and liability issues to be considered.
Added by Gordon Basichis on March 14, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
CBS News did a study and found that ninety percent of the nursing homes in the nation hired employees with criminal convictions. According to CBS News, when the government ran background checks on employees in some 260 nursing homes, 92 percent of them had criminal records. Pretty remarkable.
This is not some curious group of do-gooders reporting that much of the healthcare industry is populated by convicted…Continue
Added by Gordon Basichis on March 7, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
Make no mistake, industrial espionage is on the rise. That and an increase in employee theft have given more than one executive premature gray hairs. Large multi-national corporations and smaller business entities are all vulnerable. All you need is something the other guy wants. It can be everything from advanced, first in your space technology to intellectual property. It can be sensitive databases, customer rosters, proprietary data.
Call it a sign of the times or the…Continue
Added by Gordon Basichis on March 1, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments