Criminal Background Checks for Safer Hiring
Because workplace misconduct can often be avoided.
Up to 78 percent of job seekers lie during the hiring process. Many of these lies have to do with an applicant’s criminal history.
Within three years of their release, two out of three former prisoners are rearrested and more than 50 percent are incarcerated again.
According to a SHRM report, 48 percent of HR professionals reported having had an incident of workplace violence at their organization.
Criminal History Checks Reduce Workplace Risk
Many incidents of workplace violence, theft, or misconduct are carried out by individuals with a problematic history. Criminal background screening is an effective way to know who you are inviting to join your team. Moreover, when an applicant is aware they will be undergoing a criminal background check for employment, they are less likely to lie on their job application. Identifying and mitigating risky hires will help you protect your organization’s reputation, better secure valuable assets, and foster a feeling of safety among current employees.
Not a One-Size Fits All
While most criminal screening reports consist of a social security trace, nationwide criminal database search, and county criminal records checks, there are a number of other sources of criminal data that can and should be accessed depending on employer needs. There is no single source of information when it comes to an individual’s criminal history. For this reason, a well-structured, customized solution is necessary for each and every organization. We are experts in tailoring criminal background screening solutions to your unique needs.
The More You Know
Here is a guide of terms commonly associated with a criminal background check.
Common Criminal Backround Check Searches
Our criminal background screening specialists search through jurisdictional court records in more than 3,340 counties in the United States. These records provide the most up-to-date and accurate information possible.