Hirease is honored to be one of the seven organizations participating in this pilot program.
Southern Pines, NC (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
The state of Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is close to implementing a new procedure for searching the child and adult abuse central registry.
Early system testing is complete and the anticipated date of change for all agencies is projected for mid-January. However, Hirease has been invited to take part in an agency pilot program, which will go into effect December 13th 2012.
A few of the new changes to the DHHS program include:
- A new, 2-page release form will be utilized.
- A form fillable pdf is available for data entry
- Electronic signatures will no longer be accepted
- An applicant written signature is required
- A company representative will need to sign the releases to verify the identity of the applicant.
Paul Dent, CEO stated “Hirease is honored to be one of the seven organizations participating in this pilot program. We hope to provide our clients access to the early stages of this changeover, which Nebraska hopes will streamline the process and assure greater accuracy of searches.”
Hirease will be hosting a webinar regarding the new process on Wednesday, December 12th at 11am EST. An on-demand recording and instructions will be available post-webinar.
Hirease is a four time Inc. 500/5000 award winning human resources solutions provider serving clients across the United States. A founding NAPBS member that has earned the coveted background screeners BSCC Accreditation, Hirease provides HR solutions and services to corporate and enterprise clients nationwide via FCRA compliant background checks, applicant organizer software, leadership assessments, HR self-service kiosk, and performance management software. The Hirease E.C.H.O. philosophy is simple - treat our clients ethically, centered with value, honesty and with ownership. Hirease focuses on innovation in service and technology to help companies continue to discover a better way to better people.