#LifeAtHireRight: Celebrating Our LGBTQ+ Community – Part 1

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Here at HireRight, our teams work hard to build the future of screening services while striving to put the customer first. Internally, we rally around a culture committed to collaboration, service-first mindset, sense of ownership, and other corporate values to help employers get it right – every time, everywhere. But what is it like to work here? And who are the employees behind our background […]

#LifeAtHireRight: Building A Career Focused On Data & #BLM Advocacy

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Here at HireRight, our teams work hard to build the future of screening services while striving to put the customer first. Internally, we rally around a culture committed to collaboration, service-first mindset, sense of ownership, and other corporate values to help employers get it right – every time, everywhere. But what is it like to work here? And who are the employees behind our background […]

HireRight Hot Takes: Three Key Takeaways from UKG Connections

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To provide employers with more options and a better way of managing their employee screening programs, HireRight partners with the industry’s leading Human Resources (HR) services and Applicant Tracking (ATS) providers to deliver workforce solutions for our shared customers. Recently, we had the opportunity to attend UKG Connections – an annual user conference held by […]

Behind the Screens: Bringing the Right People Together Across Latin America

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At HireRight, our passion is helping employers to hire the right candidates for the right opportunities. We know that employers all over the world are seeing huge benefits to adding background screening to their talent acquisition strategies, including a better quality of hire, and improving candidate experience. However, the inclination for screening programs varies widely […]

A New York State Of Mind – What Legalized Weed In The Workplace Means For Employers

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This blog was originally published in Forbes on April 6, 2021. After years of debating and advancing marijuana laws, beginning with legalizing the medical use of cannabis in 2014 to decriminalize minor marijuana-related offenses in 2019, lawmakers in New York have gone all-in legalizing the recreational use of marijuana by adults.  On March 31, 2021, […]