Employers who use background checks greatly reduce the risk of employee theft, fraud and embezzlement.
Background screening may reveal past criminal behavior and save your company thousands of dollars by helping you prevent a bad hire. Additionally, it is important that you protect your employees and clients from sex and violent offenders. Background screening sends a message to your employees, vendors, and clients that you are serious about safety.
Whether it be on the resume, during the job interview or through other information like employment or education history, it's estimated that 50% of job applicants provide misinformation somewhere in the process. Background screenings are an effective way to hold your candidates accountable.
33% of business failures are due to employee theft. Typically people who steal or embezzle money from a company have a pattern of illegal behavior. Background checks can help you avoid hiring someone that may end up stealing from the company, its employees or even various partners.
17% of all violent crimes occur in the workplace. And 8.2% of all full-time employees are illicit drug users. Background checks are an effective measure for determining if your candidate is likely to use drugs or bring violence or hostility to the office.
Nicohl Swartley, Controller at Three Brothers Wineries and Estates
County Criminal Search
A manual examination of a person’s criminal history report from the county seat in any U.S. county.
National SSN/Address Locator
National SSN/Address Locator is primarily used to identify aliases and counties where applicants reside.
Motor Vehicle Report
Motor Vehicle Report provides fast, consistent reporting with direct access to driving records.
Helps employers protect assets by assessing financial risk within a matter of minutes.
Civil Litigation Search
Identifies non-criminal lawsuits by or against a person or company suit.
Government Watch List
Helps identify individuals linked to terrorism or classified on government watch lists.