Fri, August 29th, 2014 - 12:28 pm - By Gordon Basichis
Thu, August 28th, 2014 - 2:11 pm - By Gordon Basichis
Corra Group is providing a wide range of drug collection sites in order to accommodate the compliance needs of those in the healthcare industry. As the healthcare industry continues as one of the strongest growth sectors in American Industry , there is a greater need for for such personnel as nurse practitioners, and people working in home health care services.
“Often drug tests are mandated before healthcare workers can be put on the job,” said Nick Gustavson, Corra Group Co-Founder. “There are pre-employment screening drug tests and the periodic drug tests with emphasis on contractors who work for the different recruiting agencies. When the healthcare worker accepts a new position, the staffing agency is required to conduct drug test as one of several background checks. Additional background searches may range from criminal records searches, to Healthcare Sanctions background checks .
“Any healthcare facility that is supported in any way with government funding is required to have its personnel undergo the healthcare sanctions background check,” said Gustavson. “It doesn’t matter if the employee is a doctor, a nurse, or even the IT guy who can’t tell a scalpel from a thermometer. If he is on the healthcare sanctions list, the medical facility is at risk of losing its government funding.”
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Thu, August 28th, 2014 - 2:09 pm - By Gordon Basichis
For those who conduct background checks for employment screening, please note the courts will be closed Monday, September 1st, for Labor Day.
Courts Closed for Labor Day
All courts in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Virgina, West Virginia, and North Carolina will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2014 in observance of Labor Day.
Thu, August 21st, 2014 - 2:43 pm - By Gordon Basichis
This is a good article from Lexology. With corporate espionage and employment theft on the increase, having a confidential information policy in place may not be the ultimate security guarantee, but it does help.
Tips on What Your Confidential Information Policies Must Have
Lexology (08/01/14) Machum, G. Grant; Strachan, Alison
Employers need policies in place to ensure private and confidential information stays that way. These policies must have clear definitions of “confidential” and “private” information, which should be tailored to their particular business, and the policy must be communicated to all employees, with meetings and training sessions held to ensure employees read over the policy and ask any questions they might have. The policy also should detail the consequences of a breach and require employees to return all company property upon termination, and employees should understand they have obligations to protect this information even after their employment ends. Taking these steps ensures that employers have the documentation needed to protect their business in the event that confidential information is disclosed.
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