Uber Under Fire After Fatal Accident
Uber Under Fire After Fatal Accident

Last week in Tempe, Arizona, 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg was hit and killed by a self-driving Uber vehicle. She was crossing the road around 10:00 pm on Sunday (March 18th) when she was struck by the car which was reported to be traveling around 40 mph. The...

Maryland Establishes Law Against Breath Alcohol Testing
Maryland Establishes Law Against Breath Alcohol Testing

Following a court ruling,  Maryland does not allow breath alcohol testing for NON-DOT purposes. Whye v. Concentra Health Services, Inc. started in 2013 when two employees filed suit against their testing provider for fraud and invasion of privacy after their employer required them to undergo multiple...

New Platform Update Coming March 7th
New Platform Update Coming March 7th

We are excited to announce our new navigation experience for how you use totalreporting.com. We have completely redesigned the look of our platform to give you all the benefits of a more modern and intuitive way to use the system, while keeping all the same...

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5 Background checking stories that will make you squirm

Background checks are crucial in today's world. Whether you're applying for a job, opening a bank account, trying to rent a home or trying to start a business, having secure background screening is pivotal. Today's technology has also made background checking easier and more accurate...

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Things you should know: Hiring applicants with criminal histories

The fairly low unemployment rate is causing once-reluctant employers to open their doors to applicants with criminal histories. Hiring a candidate with a criminal history shouldn't always have such a negative connotation. The most important thing is to fully understand exactly who you are hiring. And with...