The pre-employment screening process
The primary purpose behind our comprehensive pre-employment screening process is that it frees you of all the tensions involved with hiring the right person for your company. With job applicants approaching you from not just within your own town or city, but from other cities and countries too, it’s not only extremely expensive to hire competent personnel, it can be excruciatingly costly if the antecedents of the applicant are not verified and he or she misleads you or your hiring department as a result.
Our process of carrying out pre-employment screening
The process of carrying out pre-employment screening can be as simple and as complex as your requirement. All in all, here’s the process that we follow at McLaughlin Investigative Group Inc d/b/a EmploySecure.com:
Your job applicants sign the release form: If you want to conduct a pre-employment background check upon your applicants must should sign a release form that indicates they have no objection to the check. We proceed only after receiving the release form.
You initiate the process: After logging onto your secure account at EmploySecure.com you initiate the pre-employment screening process.
The screening takes place: At EmploySecure.com our client’s decide the level of background check they want to conduct on their applicants. It can be as simple as verifying a Social Security number to conducting multi county and federal criminal searches, credit and driving history reports. Our experienced researchers and investigators visit relevant places and collect the information and review it for you.
A detailed report is prepared: Once all the information is gathered a detailed report is prepared that you can access through your secure account at EmploySecure.com.
If our report listed negative information on the applicant which may adversely effect the hiring decision you should provide a copy of the report to the applicant and a pre-adverse letter notifying the applicant you are about to take negative action. Also provide the applicant a copy of the FCRA Summary of Rights. Once that is completed you can send a notification of adverse action.
In case there’s a positive outcome, there’s no hurdle stopping you from hiring the applicant. In both the cases you can bask in the glory of having made the right hiring decision.
Visit our pre-employment screening website for more information www.EmploySecure.com
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