AmericanChecked Receives BBB Torch Award


The award was presented Nov.1 for commitment to ethical business practices. Tulsa, Okla. – Better Business Bureau® serving Eastern Oklahoma (BBB) announced AmericanChecked Inc. as a winner of the 2017 Torch Award for Ethics.   Businesses were evaluated on the…


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AmericanChecked to speak at New Mexico Tribal Gaming Symposium


Protect your tribe and organization through compliance regulations. AmericanChecked’s Julie Hakman will be presenting with Joe Osterlo, director of compliance and investigations at Morongo Gaming Agency, and Joe Halloran, an attorney with the Jacobson Law Group, on “Compliance Core Competencies…What…


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NAPBS: Safety the No. 1 Reason for Screening According to Survey


The National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) commissioned HR.com to conduct the national survey of 1,528 human resources professionals. The respondents collectively had operations in all 50 states. The survey gauged how companies approach background screening in order to…


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AmericanChecked Teams with OnCourse Learning


OnCourse Learning partners with AmericanChecked Inc. Alliance offers best technology solutions for employee licensing suitability, onboarding and training in tribal gaming.    BROOKFIELD, Wis. — OnCourse Learning’s partnership with AmericanChecked Inc. offers a one-stop shop for tribal gaming clients who…


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Julie Hakman to Present at NARCA


AmericanChecked’s President & CEO Julie Hakman will be speaking at the 2017 National Creditors Bar Association (NARCA) Conference in Washington, DC. The conference runs October 11 – 14, 2017. Julie, who will be presenting with Christopher Onstott from Kronick, Moskovitz, Tiedemann &…


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AmericanChecked VP to Present at the 2017 OTGRA Tradeshow


Vice President of Business Development and expert in tribal screening regulations Kelli Weaver will be presenting at this year’s Oklahoma Tribal Gaming Regulators Association tradeshow, October 16 – 18 at the Indigo Sky Casino Resort in Wyandotte, Oklahoma. Kelli will…


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AmericanChecked Named Inner City 100


  For the third time, AmericanChecked has been named of the 100 fast-growing firms by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC). Every year, ICIC identifies, ranks, and spotlights the 100 fastest-growing businesses located in America’s inner cities.  Companies…


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Equifax Cybersecurity Update


By now, you have probably heard that on September 7th, 2017, Equifax announced a cybersecurity incident involving consumer information. As an organization that works closely with Equifax, we quickly reached out to understand the situation and gather information that we…


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New California Regulations Limit Use of Background Checks


New regulations passed by California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) are limiting the ways in which employers can use background screens. The regulations, which went into effect on July 1, 2017, prevent employers from considering certain types of…


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AmericanChecked will be speaking at the 2017 OIGA Tradeshow


President and CEO Julie Hakman will be joined by AmericanChecked’s VP of business development, Kelli Weaver, to discuss how vital thorough background screening is to gaming operations and their bottom lines. The presentation, titled Does In-House Screening Protect the Back of…


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Hakman to present at NAGRA


As part of a breakout session, AmericanChecked’s Julie Hakman will be a part of a panel discussing the topic of “The Power of Leading with Authenticity: Strategies for Success” at this year’s North American Gaming Regulators Association Training & Education…


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The Rewards of Volunteering


Volunteerism: The Rewards May Be Greater Than You Think Julie Hakman, AmericanChecked’s President and CEO, has been published in this month’s edition of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners Journal for her article on Volunteerism: The Rewards May Be Greater…


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