Human Resource Professionals rank compliance as one of their top employment screening management concerns. The Aegis Compliance Administrator add-on modules can help:
- Comply with EEOC and FCRA Regulations and Mandates
- Apply Job Specific Hiring Policies
- Control and Restrict Access to Confidential Consumer Information
- Centralize Record Keeping and Document Management
- Provide Applicants with Professional Consumer Advocate Resources
Use of BIB's Policy Management can greatly improve your screening process by helping you facilitate results adjudication and subsequent employment decisions.
The addition of BIB's Policy Management provides a set of specialized tools to specific users within your organization who are responsible for report review and decision administration. When using Policy Management, each applicant profile can be specifically marked with your organization's unique policy result. As an added feature that saves time and costs, Policy Management can be set up to send email notifications to selected representatives in your organization who are responsible for completing the onboarding process once policy decisions have been made.
As an alternative to performing this process in-house, you can outsource your policy management to BIB, and one of our certified policy administration representatives will process the report information and apply your organizations policy guidelines.
Aegis Adverse Action Administrator
Automatically manage your FCRA notification requirements by adding BIB's Adverse Action Administrator to Aegis 4.0. Using this module in connection with the Aegis 4.0, Policy Management automatically sends your customized adverse action letters directly to your applicants from BIB's secure mailing facility.
Each letter is stored electronically, and our system tracks all correspondence dates providing centralized, accurate record keeping. You can also set the timing of letters to match your current notification policy. As required by law, included with the preliminary adverse notice are specific instructions for disputing the accuracy of the information, a copy of the applicant's Consumer Report, and a copy of "A Summary of Your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act".