Part two of our four part series on employment screening addresses the topic of criminal background checks and how employers can optimize their employment screening procedures.
Hiring a new employee can be exciting. It can mean that the business is growing or it can be a relief to fill a critical vacant position. It can also be very risky if the new employee isn't able to perform at the expected level, is intent on defrauding the company, or if the screening process is non-compliant with the applicable regulations. To mitigate this risk, businesses need to perform comprehensive and compliant pre-employment screenings.