It’s been quite a roller coaster ride since the COVID-19 pandemic set in last March. This crisis has tested all of us both personally and professionally from the start and forced us to adapt quickly as the situation unfolded (and continues to do so).
Consumer Reporting Agencies, the wholesale background screening research and the data community that supports them and end-user employers have had to learn a whole new way of conducting background checks from operations, to legal/compliance considerations, methods to maintain safety, staffing appropriately to accommodate demand, etc.
And certainly, the Professional Background Screeners Association (PBSA), has not been immune to this flurry of challenges.
If you haven’t yet heard, PBSA will be hosting their first ever virtual Annual Conference September 14-15, and SJV Data Solutions is proud to be a Platinum sponsor for this event.
This one's important, please register
Sure, it will be unlike any of their previous events, but in many ways, it will be among their most important conferences ever. This industry has shifted in ways we didn’t think imaginable and there are reasons aplenty to participate in the myriad learning sessions and programming PBSA has organized.
It is for these reasons that SJV decided to participate as a Platinum sponsor and why we would encourage everyone in the CRA community to register for this important event. And not only can you participate from the safety of your own home or office, but PBSA has made it more affordable to attend than ever (including the elimination of travel costs and expenses)
We’ve included a link below for all of those still interested in registering.
Other reasons why we believe this is a can’t miss event:
- Who will attendees blame for being over-served during our virtual happy hours?
- How do you shake hands and hug your PBSA friends virtually?
- What attire will Vince Brodt select for this virtual conference?
- Who will have the most compelling virtual booth (SJV definitely has some surprises in store)?
- What will be the funniest/inappropriate thing someone says before realizing they have a hot mic on?