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When the Background Report is Not Good: An Employer's Guide To Adverse Action

A free white paper by Employment Background Investigations

Most often when an employer receives a completed background report from their background screening partner, the results are “good” or “clear,” meaning no potentially disqualifying information is reported. The background report confirms the history, qualifications, and experience as presented by the candidate and the employer moves forward with their planned employment action, such as hiring a candidate or promoting an employee. It is the desired outcome for all parties – the candidate seeking employment or promotion, the manager waiting for a valuable employee, and for HR.

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