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Here’s Why Your Candidate’s Experience Matters in Background Screening

by Todd Eiseman July 31, 2016July 31, 2016 Traditionally, the hiring process has been intense and high-pressure for applicants, requiring heavy-duty paperwork and intensive rounds of interviewing. But in recent years, hiring managers have started to realize that the hiring process is also a candidate’s first impression of the company. If it’s too stressful, counterintuitive … Continue reading Here’s Why Your Candidate’s Experience Matters in Background Screening

5 Things Applicant’s Attempt To Hide In A Run Up To Background Checks

by Brett McIntyre May 16, 2016 Follow @crimcheckMay 16, 2016 There are six words which most job applicants absolutely dread. These words are “subject to passing a background check.” For many applicants, this seemingly innocent phrase feels like a declaration that they won’t get hired. This is true especially for applicants who have a few … Continue reading 5 Things Applicant’s Attempt To Hide In A Run Up To Background Checks

6 Common Pre-Employment Background Check Misconceptions

by Brett McIntyre January 7, 2016 Follow @crimcheckJanuary 7, 2016 Despite their importance in the employment screening process, background checks are often subject to myths and misconceptions. Some of the misconceptions are harbored by employees. Others are harbored by job seekers. Most are based on a basic misunderstanding about the nature, process or laws surrounding … Continue reading 6 Common Pre-Employment Background Check Misconceptions