How Do You Perform A Background Check For Pre-Employment Screening?
According to the Society for Human Resource Management, more than 96 percent of U.S. employers currently perform a background check for pre-employment screening. The purpose of this background check is to validate the identity and background of the applicant, screen for drug use and uncover any criminal history. Follow these steps to perform a background check for pre-employment screening and avoid certain legal liabilities. Have the applicant sign a disclosure that grants permission to perform a background check before you do anything else. Consider outsourcing a background checking company to perform pre-employment screening services. Not only can this save your company time and expense, but it can also reduce your liability risk as well under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) rules (see the Resources section below). Respect privacy and discrimination laws. You may not request medical records of an applicant or refuse to hire based on a disability. Likewise, while bankruptcies are
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