According to the MultiLatin Contracting Risk Index, more than 40% of senior executives have spoken negatively about their own company on social networks. Such posts could become a factor in a hiring decision or could even lead to rescinding an employee’s contract in accordance with the company’s internal policies. Don’t forget, the company’s reputation is a valuable …

MEXICO The financial impact of a data breach increased 12 percent over the past five years and can on average an organization 4 million dollars. This, according to Francisco García, the Director of IBM Security in Mexico. García also noted that, in addition to the financial damage, these types of incidents could negatively affect a …

San Antonio, TX, September 9, 2019.  David Robillard, President of MultiLatin Background Screening, was a guest speaker at PBSA’s (Professional Background Screening Association) 2019 Annual Conference on the panel “Challenges of Screening Across North America: What Employers Need to Consider”. Also participating speakers were Traci Ivester of ClearStar, Inc., Marty Britton of Britton Management Profiles …

San Antonio, Texas, September 8, 2019. “One World, One NAPBS” is not only the main focus of the NAPBS (National Association of Professional Background Screeners) annual conference. It also embodies the organization’s future as it transitions to a global association. The NAPBS Board believes the time is right to make changes that will empower the …

MEXICO The Mexican Ministry of Public Administration has introduced a “Business Integrity Registry” to serve as the basis for certifying those companies that comply with their fiscal, contractual, ethical and corporate governance obligations. According to the Ministry, 91% of Mexicans say that corruption is a common occurrence in their daily lives, and corruption has been …