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Matt Jaye Appointed to National Advocacy Committee

October 12, 2017 posted by Steve Brownstein

Matt Jaye, Vice President of Sales at Corporate Screening, has joined the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) Advocacy Committee. The committee elevates the background screening profession and its stakeholders through relationship-building.
The committee has four main objectives: cultivation, continuous improvement, engagement and collaboration. It focuses on relationships with consumer advocate groups, strategic partners, candidates and employers.
Jaye is pleased to join the committee.
“It’s important for our industry to serve as a positive change-agent for all stakeholders,” he notes. “Background screening legislation affects not only our industry, but our customers too. We want to serve the best interests of our clients and intend to do so as a part of the committee.”
“Matt’s service with the committee represents our core values,” says Greg Dubecky, CS President. “Every day, we aim to raise the ethical standards of our industry and share our expertise with our customers.”
Jaye has been with Corporate Screening for 19 years. In his current role, he leads the business development team. His areas of expertise include pre-employment and student background screening. Corporate Screening is a founding member of NAPBS.

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