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HireRight expands information-access offerings

The Irvine firm’s online content portal provides up-to-date data on legislation and compliance issues.

BY BRANDON RUSSELLPublished: May 10, 2011 10:41 AM

Irvine-based HireRight has launched a new online content portal designed to provide companies with up-to-date legislation and regulation compliance information during employment screening.
 
The online resource, called HireRight Compliance Central, will include federal and state legislative news and alerts, expert legal commentary, and access to referral legal support, among other features.

“Employers have long been looking for a source that brings together this type of information to help them stay current with the rapidly changing laws and regulations that may directly affect their hiring policies and procedures,” said Mike Petrullo, HireRight president and CEO. “HireRight Compliance Central helps fill that need by providing some of the latest compliance information and news in a simple, intuitive, user-friendly environment.”

Additionally, Compliance Central will include information on specific topics related to employment background checks, such as immigration and E-Verify, discrimination and harassment, privacy, labor law and industry-specific regulations.

“Any employer conducting an employment screening program today likely knows how big of a challenge it is to keep up with the many state, federal and sometimes foreign laws that impact their program,” said Petrullo. “HireRight Compliance Central aims at making the process of finding, understanding, communicating and acting on this important information much easier for our customers.”

Compliance Central is available through the company’s employment screening solution HireRight Enterprise, HireRight Professional and the new HireRight DAC Edition.

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