Employment Background Checks

It is amazing how many companies do not require employment background checks as part of their hiring practices. Hiring is the easy part; terminating an employee may be costly to the company for a number of reasons. The employee has a history of violence, is a thief, a malcontent, lazy, not qualified or maybe a “plant” put there by your competition. This will cost you money in lawsuits, productivity and keeping your company’s secrets secret. To hire, train and then have to release a new employee costs a company on average $5,000. Are you sure the information on the application is correct? Why would a person lie about their phone number? When we complete our investigation, you can be sure the person will be right for that position.

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