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Is Outsourcing Slowing Down Your Background Check Results?

Posted by Bob Mather on October 09, 2017

We've discussed at length in previous posts about the importance of having a dedicated customer service staff and phone support team from your background check service provider. One of the last important pieces of the puzzle is the evaluation of where the vendor's team is located.

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Topics: Background Checks, customer service, Slow background checks, Outsourcing

How Phone Support Helps Prevent Slow Background Checks

Posted by Bob Mather on October 06, 2017

Having a good customer service team helps you avoid slow background check results from your service provider. In this blog post, we're going to discuss the importance of phone support and the common problems many people encounter when a background check service provider only offers email and ticketing support options.

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Topics: Background Checks, customer service, Slow background checks, Phone support

Large Service Providers and Slow Background Checks

Posted by Bob Mather on September 27, 2017

In our latest blog post, we discussed how slow background checks can result from having a service provider that's too small. This is a common problem encountered by large organizations with large hiring funnels that need to move quickly. But what about the smaller businesses that have lower demands but still experience slow background checks?

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Topics: Background Checks, SLA, Service Level Agreements, Turnaround Times, Background Check

Slow Background Checks? Try a Larger Service Provider

Posted by Bob Mather on September 22, 2017

The frustration and potential loss of productivity due to slow background checks holding up the hiring process within a business is not something to be ignored or tolerated as an inconvenience. Too many hiring managers simply write off the process as inherently slow without investigating why or how it could improve.

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Topics: Background Checks, SLA, Service Level Agreements, Vendor Evaluation

Colorado's Sex Offender Registry Law is Unconstitutional

Posted by Bob Mather on September 12, 2017

 Judge Rules that Colorado' Sex Offender Registry Law is Unconstitutional 

On August 31, 2017, the U.S. District Court in Colorado ruled that Colorado's sex offender registry law is cruel and unusual punishment. Per U.S. District Court Judge Richard Matsch's ruling, the Colorado's sex-offender registry violated the Constitutional rights of three sex offenders who sued regarding the way the public has access to the list.

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Topics: Background Checks, criminal record, Background Check, Criminal Background Checks

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