Why Trust Us For Your Company’s Employment Screening Needs?
Our company was founded by premier investigators in Los Angeles. After over 30 years in the field, he’s seen every trick in the book. He decided to use his analytical skills and legal knowledge to build an effective employment screening system that companies can use to select the best available workers.
Effective private investigators dive into the details of a case solve problems. That same level of due diligence is needed to check information that is supplied by employment applicants. In fact, we already have the processes in place to do the types of background checks that give you early warnings about potentially toxic hires.
Private investigators also have to work within the constraints of the law. We understand the types of applicant data that can be legally unearthed and how to quickly process requests for information. Laws surrounding pre-employment and hiring practices can vary by state. We can make sure that you get a complete picture of your future employees while you stay within the limits of your state’s laws.
Types of Employment Screening Services Rendered
Recommended background checks vary by industry and company type. Our comprehensive set of screening services cover most if not all areas of applicant verification. We do the following:
Criminal Background Check
Workplace violence happens regularly, and it impacts employee morale and productivity. Ordering a criminal background check for all your applicants can help you to screen out potential troublemakers before they cause physical and financial harm.
You need an experienced engineer to fulfill the role of a manager in your company. A junior programmer sends you their resume that shows job titles for which they wouldn’t have experience under normal circumstances. An employment verification check can determine if the young coder is a true whiz kid or a dishonest hack.
Some applicants tend to embellish their accomplishments. This is especially true when they are looking for work in a slow economy. Our credential checks verify the holders of degrees, certifications, and memberships to professional organizations.
Most companies require applicants to provide a few personal and professional references. As a hiring manager, you want to see if the candidate that you interviewed is the same one who performed the work that is highlighted on their resume. Our reference checks help you to get a clearer picture of your top employment candidates.
If your company employs delivery drivers, you’ll want our background checks that retrieve the driving records of your applicants. These records uncover things like DUIs, DWIs and traffic violations.
When you hire accountants, bookkeepers and C-suite executives, you’ll likely want to make sure that they’ve been responsible with their finances. Running a credit check for employment is one way to get a clearer picture of candidates who apply for finance positions with your company.
Benefits of Our Professional Employment Screening Services
Our complex series of background checks allow you and your staff to hire with confidence. We are your one-stop shop for all types of employment verification activities.By partnering with us, you’ll be able to put the best employees in front of your consulting clients, retail customers and partnered vendors.
Our employment screening services are also designed to protect you against costly negligent hiring lawsuits. What is negligent hiring? When one of your employees or customers is injured by someone who you hired, you could face legal woes if that person has a history of certain offensive behaviors in his or her background.
If that person’s past actions could’ve been uncovered with a background check, a lawyer can make the case that you knew or should’ve known that the employee would cause harm in the workplace.
Negligent hiring happens when you hire a person and you know that their background is sketchy. It can also take place when you fail to conduct a complete background check to know whether a person is a workplace risk. According to a report by Fortune, employers lose 79 percent of negligent hiring lawsuits. The average negligent hiring lawsuit award is almost $1 million. Can your company afford to ignore this risk?