Today, everyone has a digital footprint, thanks to social media. As a result, conducting employee background checks has become a lot more complicated. Not to mention old screening methods haven't kept up. Good Egg’s employee background screening solution combines the human touch with lightning fast technology that not only looks at a person's past, but also their present and future behaviors. This helps HR managers hire more good eggs faster and with confidence, while maintaining 100% compliance.
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Most background check companies only look at a candidate’s past. At Good Egg, we screen present and future behaviors too—to paint a more complete candidate picture, and mitigate the risk associated with hiring them.
This is where “traditional” background checks look. These screens reveal... Read More
You don’t have to sacrifice screening speed for accuracy. Our end-to-end-automated background check process makes it easy to get data on every relevant facet of your candidate’s history. And it’s all backed by expert customer service, on hand to help every step of the way.
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As the Society for Human Resource Management states, "For HR to overlook it today would be like ignoring e-mail 20 years ago." And yet many companies still have questions and concerns regarding social media screenings.
Is it legal?
Is it really necessary?
Can't I just do it myself?
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Since 70 million people in the U.S. have a criminal record, it makes sense that employers conduct criminal background checks so they can make informed decisions about applicants. The problem is that many myths abound regarding criminal background checks, so we decided to round up some of the... Read more
It's easy to spout off startling statistics, but without context, those stats remain just that: startling. Understanding a statistic's relevance is what makes a statistic useful. A good stat should help you make a more informed decision regarding your talent acquisition and retention process. Read more