Best Practices for Developing a Background Screening Program

Publisher: Infinity Background Check Services LLC

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Best Practices for Developing a Background Screening Program

Finding and keeping high quality employees is one of the biggest and most important challenges facing your organization. Recent studies show that one in three adults in the US has a criminal record and with the recent increase in violence in the US, this makes it even more important for employers to understand exactly who they are hiring. That’s where background checks come in. Background checks have become an essential part of the hiring process for many employers. It involves investigating an individual’s criminal, financial, and personal history to ensure they are a good fit for a role within the company. While some may view background checks as invasive, they provide numerous benefits for both employers and employees. Download this guide to see how you can safeguard your organization's reputation and build a strong and trustworthy workforce.