What Drug Testing Method Should Your Company Be Using?

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Did you know that employers lose more than79 percent of negligent hiring cases – and drug abuse costs them about $1 billion dollars each year? These statistics should stop you in your tracks, as you consider how critical it is to have the right drug screening program in place at your business.  But which method is the right one? While Read more »

Nevada Becomes the First State to Exclude Positive Marijuana Drug Tests as Reason for Employment Denial

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The times – and the laws – they are a-changing’.   Nevada is the first state to place restrictions on pre-employment marijuana drug tests. Under Assembly Bill (AB) 132, which took effect January 1, Nevada employers cannot refuse to hire anyone because the results of their screening tests showed the presence of marijuana. It gives those Read more »

5 Key Components of a Successful Background Screening Company

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Partnering with a background screening company can make your life easier. It can simplify the recruiting process and increase your chances of finding the highest-quality talent. With so many background screening companies out there, however, it can be difficult to determine the best fit for you. In this article, we’ve compiled the five key components you can look Read more »

Interview Tips: Candidates Aren’t the Only Ones Who Should Be Early

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As a job candidate, it’s important to arrive early for an interview. By showing up late, an employer may think that you don’t value the time of others or pay attention to important details. Arriving for an interview at least 10 to 15 minutes early can show that you are punctual and leave a great Read more »

Tips for Conquering Those Sunday Scaries

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The Sunday scaries are those bad feelings you get on Sunday when you realize your weekend is coming to an end and tomorrow is Monday and back to work. Fortunately, there are many ways you can overcome those Sunday scaries and avoid getting up on Monday with an anxious mindset. Here at Chane Solutions, we recommend these tps.    Wake Up Read more »

Struggling to Stay Compliant With the FCRA? Trust Chane to Be the Experts.

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The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), which is overseen by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), is responsible for overseeing how employers obtain and handle consumer reports like background checks. It helps ensure the fairness, accuracy, and privacy of consumer information.   In September 2018, it issued a new “Summary of Read more »

Reducing Employee Tension: How to Keep Politics Out of the Office

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The truth is politics in the workplace can lead to productivity loss, diminished employee morale, and greater turnover. Fortunately, there are ways you can keep politics out of the office and reduce employee tension. Here at Chane Solutions, we recommend the following tips that are sure to help you create and maintain a positive work Read more »

2019 Guide to Finding the Right Background Check Company

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There are countless background check companies out there, making it difficult to find the right one for your needs. To protect your company and employees, it’s essential to research all your options, weigh the pros and cons of each, and select the company that aligns best with your budget, needs, and preferences. Here’s what you Read more »

Tired of Not Getting the Personal Touch You Deserve? Our Customer Service Team Is Here for You

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When you hire a vendor to help you with a business function like human resources, recruiting, marketing or sales, it can be frustrating to be treated like a number. If you are outsourcing your employment screening and drug testing to make life easier for your HR and recruiting department, you are likely dishing out a Read more »

Continuous Background Checks Are Here to Stay: Should You Participate?

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Continuous background checks are more popular today than ever before. They give companies the chance to screen current employees on a periodic basis so they can learn about criminal activities that may have occurred weeks, months or even years after they’ve been hired. If you haven’t jumped on the automated re-screening background check bandwagon yet, Read more »