2804, 2016

Questions to Ask Your Background Screener

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: Background Screening|Tags: , |0 Comments

Whether you already have a background check provider or not, you might have some unanswered questions. Here are some questions you may want to ask your background check provider. Can I rely on only a criminal database search? It is not recommended to rely solely on the results of a nationwide criminal database search. Nationwide criminal databases contains information from both state and county records. This information is updated anywhere [...]

1404, 2016

Top 4 Critical Background Check Steps

By |April 14th, 2016|Categories: Background Screening|Tags: , |0 Comments

Making the wrong hiring decision can be disastrous for a company. Performing background checks and following the steps below can reduce the risk of a bad hire and ensure the safety of your company. 1. The first thing any business should do before conducting background checks is to establish a policy. This policy should outline the background check procedure that your company will follow. Some of the basic parts of [...]

3103, 2016

Background Checks Can Reduce the Risk of a Bad Hire

By |March 31st, 2016|Categories: Background Screening|Tags: , |0 Comments

A bad hire wastes time and money. There are many costs involved with hiring the wrong person. These costs range from training and interviews to advertising and severance pay. According to The Center for American Progress, businesses spend an average of one-fifth of an employee’s annual salary to replace this individual when he or she leaves. CareerBuilder states that a bad hire can easily cost a business between $25,000 and [...]

1503, 2016

The Fair Chance Act: What You Need to Know

By |March 15th, 2016|Categories: Background Screening|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

The Fair Chance Act (FCA), which is also known as “Ban the Box”, is a law which has been enacted in various areas of the country over the last decade. In 21 states, and more than 100 cities, some form of this law has been put in place. On a national level, companies such as Target, Walmart, Starbucks, and Home Depot have enacted “Ban the Box” policies. The FCA is [...]

2007, 2015

Elyria youth outreach group earns $100,000 grant

By |July 20th, 2015|Categories: Background Screening|0 Comments

Former Elyria High School teacher Stacie Starr and Lisa Bramhall, executive director of the south side’s youth outreach group Save Our Children, have been awarded $100,000 to start an after-school mentoring program for teens. We are proud to have Save Our Children as one of our clients! Read the Article Watch Save Our Children's Testimonial

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