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Bad hiring decisions can lead to consequences later on. This could be due to false credentials, bad credit, or a hidden criminal record. This can have a bad impact on the company as well as the other employees if the candidate does not seem to be as portrayed at the time of interview or on the resume. Employers these days prefer to screen applicants to avoid such consequences. Applicant screening has proven to be one of the best risk management strategies that can help management provide a safe working environment for all its employees.

The applicant is usually told that the job would entitle a pre-employment screening so that applicants who are not being entirely truthful will be more cautious while applying for the job. Also, applicants who have falsified their previous work experience on their resume would be filtered in a smooth manner.

Employee screenings usually unearth a number of details such as criminal records, harassment cases, or a bad credit history. These might prove to be very useful when the employee has to deal with other people, women or children in the daily course of work. Employee screenings have definitely helped keep applicants honest and forthcoming during interviews.

Pre-employment screening should not be considered an intrusion of privacy since because they do not adversely affect the private lives of the applicants. Public records such as driving license authentication, criminal records, and previous employment records are the ones that would be checked to verify the details provided by the candidate during the interview. Employee pre-screening must be done following some legal procedures and regulations and not just in any way that pleases the agency.

Employers can hire outside agencies that specialize in providing such investigative reports. These reports can be to provide some basic verification of the data on the application or an extensive background research into the candidate’s past. A basic research report is usually delivered within 3 to 5 days. However, an extensive search might takes as much as 15 to 20 days. The prices of these agencies vary depending on the report required by the employer.

It is important for the applicant to accept the background search as part of company’s policy to look after the welfare of its employees as not as a personal grudge.

Employment Screening provides detailed information about employment screening, employment drug screening, and more. Employment Screening is affiliated with Background Checks .

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