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Most offers are contingent on passing a background check. You know better than your potential employer whether any issues will arise.

Top 3 Things That Cause Offers To Be Rescinded During A Background Check
  • Inaccurate dates of employment: Don’t fudge the numbers—be specific to the month if not the day on when you started and exited a job. Inaccuracies often imply deceit costing people a potential offer.
  • Negative News Coverage: This is a new and rapidly developing cause of offers being rescinding. Employers are more regularly checking the internet and media archive outlets for negative contextual headlines and stories about potential new hires.
  • Undisclosed criminal activity: If you know something will come up in your criminal background check, let your potential employer know in advance—the surprise of finding something unfavorable is typically more damaging than complete transparency and many applications require disclosure of certain criminal liabilities.
Wednesday, 28 March, 2018

The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Privacy Advisor recently caught up with TRU Staffing Partners CEO Jared Coseglia to find out how TRU is working to fill the privacy gap identified in many organizations. By providing CISO-as-a-service, TRU works to connect companies that identify a need for professionals with candidates that have both bandwidth and expertise to address the privacy and data protection needs of a company.

Jared Coseglia interviewed for The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Privacy Advisor

Tuesday, 27 March, 2018
TRU Tips

It is best to disclose something you know will come up on your background check to your potential future employer; the surprise of finding something unfavorable is typically more damaging than complete transparency about the past when you know a check will expose details to a prospective employer.

Top 3 Conferences Not To Miss In The Next 30 Days
Wednesday, 21 March, 2018
High Performance Counsel: Top of Mind

TRU CEO Jared Coseglia was included in High Performance Counsel's Top Of Mind, published Tuesday, March 20! Coseglia's "top of mind" topic is privacy as a profession, the hottest new career path in the legal and technology job market for lawyers and non-lawyers!

Published by High Performance Counsel

Tuesday, 20 March, 2018
Changing Cyber Law by Creating a Common Vernacular

Want to learn how to talk about cybersecurity more intelligently? (ISC)2, maker of the CISSP, has launched a lexicon intended to help everyone speak the same language, especially congressmen and women who are responsible for changing the laws of the land as it relates to cyber and national security. Legaltech News published Part Eleven of TRU CEO Jared Coseglia's certification series, "Changing Cyber Law by Creating a Common Vernacular" on March 19, 2018. TRU is proud to be the certification attaché to the legal technology community and will be featured in Legaltech News every month with a new article about e-discovery and/or cybersecurity certification and education available (or coming soon!) to the marketplace.

Written by Jared Coseglia for Legaltech News

Monday, 19 March, 2018
TRU Tips

CNN Money reported that the U.S. economy added 313,000 jobs in February—a much stronger increase than economists expected.

Top 3 Things To Know About The U.S. February Jobs Report
  • The increase in jobs in February was the biggest gain since July 2016.
  • The unemployment rate stayed at 4.1%—the lowest in 17 years.
  • Wages grew 2.6% compared with a year earlier.

Tip and Top 3 courtesy of CNN Money’s February Jobs Report.

Wednesday, 14 March, 2018
TRU Tips

Are you thinking of moving to a virtual staffing model? According to a study by INRIX, the cost of commuter traffic is about $1000 per person annually and over $461 billion in lost revenue for the US, UK, and Germany.

Top 3 Ways To Build Instant Trust On Day One Of A New Job
  • Be responsive. Being quickly responsive to the needs of a new manager, employers, or clients shows them you are at the ready and are watching closely for requests.
  • Be empathetic. Showing an emotional understanding for the needs of your supervisors or clients helps build instant trust.
  • Create documentation. Taking the time to make yourself visibly accountable in a routine way helps build trust; for example, send end-of-day emails that summarize work received, delivered, and pending.
Thursday, 08 March, 2018
Press Releases
TRU Staffing Partners Announces 2018 Scholarship Program Advisory Board and Application Extension

TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in cybersecurity and e-discovery, today announces that the deadline to apply for the 2018 TRU Staffing Partners Cybersecurity and e-Discovery Scholarship has been extended through March 11. The extension is due to the influx of applications that came in during the final few days of the application period; the company wants to ensure that anyone who wants to apply will have extra opportunity to do so.

Tuesday, 06 March, 2018
Is Contract Consulting the Future of Privacy?

TRU CEO Jared Coseglia's article, titled "Is Contract Consulting the Future of Privacy?" was published by Corporate Counsel on March 1, 2018. An influx of privacy pros into a job market hungry for GDPR expertise paves the way for talent-on-demand.

Written by Jared Coseglia for Corporate Counsel
Thursday, 01 March, 2018