The Dos and Don’ts of an Employment Verification Process

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The Dos and Don’ts of an Employment Verification Process

The right skills on a resumé don’t always mean you found the appropriate person for the job. There are many factors that determine the best fit. One part of that determination is the background verification process. According to the Bureau of Labor, the average worker aged 25 to 34 only sticks with a job for 3.2 years, so you may have multiple past employers to call and a lot of information to review. Sifting through applications, making calls and following up with references takes time. But, failing to assess and double-check resumes leads to incomplete hiring data, which puts your company at risk. Adopt the best practices to ensure a complete history while saving resources with these tips.