Companies are ramping up their employee screening strategies. Here is what you can expect

“Uber has been making strides to fix its corporate culture, but the company is not alone when it comes to ramping up employee screening strategies” writes Natalie Daher for This comes after a stream of sexual misconduct allegations within the company and more than 100 Uber drivers allegedly accused of sexually assaulting or abusing passengers.Until now, Uber, which provides 15 million rides to users across the world every day, followed the traditional approach of running background checks on their drivers upon hire.

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