TRUST, BUT VERIFY.
Employers are exposed to risks throughout their business. Litigation and insurance claims can prove costly to businesses.
Comprehensive on-boarding and screening processes can mitigate exposure risk associated with bad hires. Screening programs should be implemented based on the risk tolerance and compliance requirements in your business.
- Criminal Background Checks
- Verifications (Employment & Education)
- Substance Abuse Screening
- Electronic Form I-9
- 53% of all job applications contain inaccurate information
- Reports suggest that over 1.6 million incidents of workplace violence are reported annually
- Workplace assaults cause approximately 500,000 employees to lose 1,751,000 days of work annually
- Workplace violence adds up to $4.2 billion in annual expenses for employers
- Reports suggest that 30% of the adult U.S. population has a criminal record and 74% of drug users are employed
Diligent efforts to screen employees before they start working is the first step in protecting your company from risk and exposure. Consult with your Human Resources professional and or Employment Attorney before implementing these processes as there are numerous State and Federal laws that must be followed.