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TazWorks Reaffirms its Commitment to Professional Background Screening Association – PBSA

Over the past 20 years, TazWorks has been consistently recognized as a prominent technology leader in the background screening industry with its comprehensive platform of cloud-based tools, technologies, and integrations for professional background screening agencies. The Professional Background Screening Association (PBSA) has played a prominent role in providing TazWork’s a forum to tell its story and support the industry. 

Some have questioned why TazWorks was not at PBSA’s annual event in 2021, as the company has always played such a prominent role at PBSA events. The team made every effort to attend, but with the COVID-19 numbers surging, the company decided to protect its employees and attendees by not attending in person. Virtual participation and sponsorship continued, and we look forward to being able to be in-person when it is safe to do so. 

PBSA Support & Participation 

MeridianLink and TazWorks enthusiastically affirms their support of PBSA, both now and into the future. As one of PBSA’s founding members, TazWorks has supported the organization every year through prominent sponsorships at both PBSA’s mid-year and annual events. These events not only help propel the industry forward, but also give TazWorks the opportunity to learn more about important trends and to network with other screening professionals, vendors, clients, prospects, and even competitors. 

Interactions at PBSA events are productive, friendly, and rewarding as all of us are trying to lift and promote the industry to a higher place through this engaging forum. 

For these, and many other reasons, MeridianLink and TazWorks will continue to support PBSA and encourage other industry players to do the same, and, where possible, to even sponsor or donate a little more to ensure the long-term viability of an organization that helps us all. 

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