TruDiligence Compliance Information

Background Screening Compliance Information

TruDiligence takes compliance with federal, state and local laws very seriously and adheres to all regulations administered. Our background screening service and background check for companies is designed to give you reliable, comprehensive background checks on any employees, while adhering to any and all applicable rules and regulations. The security and privacy of applicants as well as the knowledge and information provided to clients are all important to us.

Based out of Colorado, TruDiligence provides worldwide resources and assistance at any time for any regulations regarding hiring that are confusing or unclear. The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), for example, outlines rules with which individuals and companies are required to follow when applying for jobs and verifying information. Though this is best known for applying to credit bureaus such as Experian and Equifax, TruDiligence is also a consumer reporting agency which complies with the FCRA. The FCRA provides procedures with which to obtain and validate background information, and resolve any possible adverse employment actions that result.

Learn more about FCRA and other regulations which may apply to your state or industry. Contact TruDiligence today for more information.


Resources

Below are links to a variety of compliance related documents.

2012 EEOC Guidance
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's guidance documents regarding the use of arrest or conviction records in employment decisions under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 2000e et seq.

Adverse Action Notice - Employment
This is a sample Adverse Action notice that is required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) when you deny an application based on the contents of a report obtained through TruDiligence.

Adverse Action Notice - Tenant
This is a sample Adverse Action notice that is required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) when you deny an application based on the contents of a report obtained through TruDiligence.

California Notice
This is the Notice Regarding Background Investigation pursuant to California Law and is to be provided to any applicant residing in California.

FCRA Disclosure Regarding Background Investigation
This document is the disclosure regarding a background investigation that must be made to an applicant prior to running a background check as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

FCRA Summary Of Rights
This form, along with the Adverse Action Notice, must be provided to applicants if you deny their application based on the contents of a report obtained through TruDiligence.

New York Article 23-A Fair Chance Act Form
This is the from required by the New York City Commission on Human Rights when considering adverse action against an applicant based on prior criminal history.

New York Correction Law Article 23-A
This is a copy of New York Correction Law Article 23-A addressing regulations pertaining to the licensure and employment of persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses.

Notice Regarding Credit Checks Per California Law
This notice must be given to an applicant from the State of California if a credit check is going to be run.

Notice Regarding Credit Checks Per Vermont Law
This notice must be given to an applicant from the State of Vermont if a credit check is going to be run.

Notice To Users Of Consumer Reports
This is a very important document that is provided to every TruDiligence user. It outlines the steps that must be taken when ordering reports from us and identifies your responsibilities as the "end user" of the reports we prepare.

Pre Adverse Action Notice
The is a sample Pre Adverse Action Notice that must be given to applicants along with a copy of their report and summary of rights before you take adverse action based on the contents of a TruDiligence report.

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