Noelle Harling, Senior Vice President and founder of Frasco Profiles, and Darin Eydenberg, founder of KangarooStar, discuss today’s standard for background checks and the must do checks for candidates at every level. How are today’s leading companies confirming values matches when hiring? How have background checks changed over the past several years? Are there special “checks” when hiring remote or hybrid workers? What can employers do to insure their investment in human capital?
Noelle is Senior Vice President of Frasco, Inc. and the founder of Frasco Profiles, Frasco’s consumer reporting division. A thirty-year industry veteran, Ms. Harling is a recognized speaker on employment background screening and has spoken widely on topics such as legal compliance, Ban the Box, background check basics, the benefits of hiring people with criminal records, and marijuana and the opioid epidemic.
Ms. Harling is a current member of the Board of Directors of the Professional Background Screening Association, as well as a member of the Background Screening Credentialing Council, the governance committee that oversees the accrediting of background screening companies globally. She also sits on the Netforce Global Advisory Board, whose focus is on international background screening, and is a former HR.com Legal, Compliance & Employment Law Advisory Board member.
Ms. Harling is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA), the Professional Background Screening Association (PBSA), and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and has been a featured speaker at the California HR Conference.
Darin has 18 years of executive search experience as a Partner of Korn Ferry and CEO of KangarooStar. KangarooStar’s data scientist, Jason Greenberg, was until recently a professor at Wharton and New York University focused on labor and hiring trends. KangarooStar Post is a subsidiary of KangarooStar focused on video-based job matching for “just grads” and “recent grads” in the new world of work, using video, data and technology to stimulate great job matches.