Nevada Background Checks
Absolute Background Search, Inc. provides professional pre employment screening services to Nevada employers. Quality background checks help you protect your employees and clients from the costly effects of making a bad hiring decision. In Nevada all employment background check services including instant driving records, pre-employment drug screening and employment criminal record background checks are available.
What can we do for you?
Our criminal records Smart Search Plus® has become the industry standard for a quality FCRA Compliant criminal records background check. It includes an unlimited check of the Federal criminal records repositories in the states where the applicant has lived for the past 7 years. It also includes a check of any needed state and county criminal records checks as well as a social security number address history trace, a multi-state criminal records database search, and a check of the sex offender registry in all 50 states. It is the criminal records background check now chosen by most of our clients. For a brief overview of all of our employment screening services, please Click Here. We provide employee screening services for employers in all Nevada cities including Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City, Boulder City, Sparks, and other Nevada cities.
Nevada Background Check Laws
Nevada SB 409 – Revises the law for preparing background check reports by Consumer Reporting Agencies (CRAs). Governor Brian Sandoval has signed Senate Bill 409 (S.B. 409) which “removes the prohibition against disclosing a record of conviction of a crime which is more than 7 years old, meaning that there is no limitation of time for which such a record may be disclosed.”
Social Media: The state of Nevada prohibits employers from requiring access to an employee’s social media account as a condition of employment.
Employment References: Giving Employment References in Nevada The law governing employment references in Nevada states that: At the request of the employee, an employer may disclose information regarding the employee’s job related skill, reliability, ability, or illegal or wrongful acts, with immunity from civil liability as long as the employer does not act with ill will, provide untrue or inaccurate information, or disclose information in disregard for any state or federal law. (Nev. Stat. §41.755)
Credit Report: Nevada Reporting Restrictions (Enacted 1993) As of October 1, 2013, the state of Nevada along with 10 other states have passed legislation that restricts an employer’s ability to use credit information as a part of their pre employment screening process. Over the past several years, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Oregon, Vermont and Washington have passed similar legislation.