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Background Checks: What You Should Be Asking? What Can You Ask? & The Benefits of Social Media
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2/20/2020
When: Thursday, February 20, 2020
11:00am
Where: RTP Foundation
12 Davis Drive
Durham, North Carolina  27709
United States
Contact: TSHRM Secretary


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When it comes to Background Screening, most vendors claim to have your back – but what are you really getting? This presentation will help you decipher some of the questions you should be asking when it comes to background investigations, both inside the company and to your vendor. Come peak behind the curtain to make sure your company is getting exactly what they paid for.You’ll leave with more knowledge about your background investigation process, to ensure you and your company ask:

 

  • Are you looking closely enough at the people you hire?

  • Are you getting the full picture?

  • What are your red flags?

  • How do you find the needle in the haystack?

  • What information “isn’t available”?

 

 

  

Pre-employment screening is a complex battle between an employer’s desire to know and an individual’s right to privacy. And on the front line, your first (and last) defense is Tasha Dyson of Protus3. For the past 19 years she has been protecting, consulting, and advising a multitude of corporations, municipalities, hospitals, universities, and non-profit organizations regarding their most vulnerable weak points: hiring, retaining, and promoting employees. 

 

Tasha’s mastery and expertise in background investigations is just the surface of her skill set. For almost 20 years, she has also assisted in large scale multi million-dollar cases involving fraud, misappropriation, and corporate theft while at the same time serving on hundreds of security assessments and reviewconsultations. Over the years,Tasha has gained an expertise in both security assessment review and investigations. She also conducts training sessions, writes training programs, and is actively involved in company marketing and quality control. 

 

Tasha is a Licensed Private Investigator in North Carolina and also has continuing education credits in web development tools, web graphics, and AutoCAD. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners, Triangle Society for Human Resource Management, and PhiBeta Kappa.When she’s not conducting investigations or working on security assessments, she can be found singing with The Encore Singers, volunteering with Wake Relief or Activate Good, or trying out new recipes.