The process of bringing new hires on board for most companies involves screening their financial, legal, and other background aspects relating to their history. Unfortunately, most employers do not consider the need to re-screen their employees after some time when they join their companies, which poses various risks on business operators.
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What is Arrest Monitoring?
Arrest monitoring is used to alert clients of an arrest that involves a member of their student body or place of business. This new service is designed to keep security personnel informed of potential risks or threats to the campuses they patrol.
Pre-Employ now offers a new service which provides arrest monitoring in addition to pre-hire background checks.
Consistent arrest monitoring draws from databases throughout the country to check for arrests after a person is hired and becomes an employee at the company. It fills the gap left by a lack of national screening in the typical pre-employment background screening process: The service alerts the employer to potential post-hire insider threats once the employee is re-arrested and booked. This service is compliant with the FCRA, and provides numerous benefits to companies seeking to reduce and eliminate insider threats among their employees after the pre-hire phase.
Pre-screening of employees during the hiring process provides employers with a snapshot of the candidate's past work, financial, and legal history. Once a job offer both offered and accepted, monitoring of this same important information stops. Actions or behaviors by employees after they come on board often go unnoticed by management and HR departments. When a change in an employee's criminal or financial history has a potential impact on their ability to perform their job, employers need to know. This is why continuous monitoring, or rolling background checks, are increasing in popularity among many of today's employers.