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.
Service is the hallmark of your nonprofit organization. But in order to render that service, your organization’s legal standing and its status and reputation in your community must be preserved.
To help ensure this, your nonprofit organization needs reliable employee background checking and volunteer screening before a worker joins your team. Oncepeople are onboard, your organization becomes vulnerable, and damage may be done before you become aware problems even existed.
Frustrated with extra fees on every background check invoice? Tired of explaining to the executives why the budget for employee screening is constantly higher than planned? Are you discouraged with lack of communication and/or explanation from your current background check company regarding these fee discrepancies? We understand and want to help eliminate these pains for you!
The elephant in the room: Your organization can do the same thing. But your CFO may not know it.
How did Premier Healthcare Alliance offer its members $25 million in savings?
Can your organization or company pay less for human resource services and bundle in free services?
What’s the catch? No catch.
MyEmployment.com today announced that it has signed on to become a Data Privacy Day (DPD) Champion to promote messages about the importance of data protection and controlling ones digital footprint. Coordinated and led by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), Data Privacy Day is held each year on January 28th and is an international awareness effort to empower people to better protect their privacy.