Offers a Different Focus on Background Checks

NEW YORK—With nearly 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. having a criminal record, there is a call by civil rights organizations and some politicians to change Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) guidelines to "ban the box", or that section on a job application asking candidates to provide their criminal history. Read which states are voluntarily changing their guidelines and why ban-the-box supporters say eliminating the question gives job candidates a chance to get an interview and explain their past in this week’s installment of HR Corner: EEOC’s New Focus on Criminal Background Check Prohibitions. 

The latest installment of Style.Pages: Tasteful Nudes, showcases subtle flesh tones and soft skin hues in today’s must-have optical styles from eyewear designers. All an ECP has to do is find the wearer’s complimentary shade, pair it with an anti-reflective lens so as not to obscure the eye, and the windows to the soul just got a whole lot sexier.