A Pre-Employment Screening Background Check Report can give your managers the critical information they need to make the best hiring decision. If you make the decision to ignore pre-employment screening background checks, you are risking more than just hiring a less qualified candidate. You are investing time and money to interview, hire and train a new employee that is unlikely to succeed.
BackTrack's full suite of employment screening and assessment services include:
BackTrack, Inc. has successfully achieved compliance with the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) accreditation program and is formally recognized as Background Screening Credentialing Council (BSCC) Accredited.
This recognition represents BackTrack's commitment to upholding high standards in data protection, quality and legal compliance. Only one percent of employment screening companies have earned this distinction and we are pleased to share such a small stage.
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Legal Hiring – Interview Questions to Ask and State Specific Laws Relating to Background Checks
Employers have known for years to avoid certain interview questions during the hiring process. The recent Supreme Court decision in the Abercrombie & Fitch suit has turned some of that upside down. So what questions can you legally ask now? And how should they be asked?