After hiring people to work in your office, you are wishing that these people that you hired will help you out in increasing the income of your business. As you have checked their credentials, they are pretty impressive while looking on one of your brilliant employees 201 form.
Reports are coming in every month and there are improvements. But after 7 or 8 months there is a sudden drop on your business income. You have checked all the reports and there are a lot of discrepancies that you have discovered. You just found out that there are some of your employees are doing anomaly in your office that made the income of the company into sudden drop.
Of course you will not hurriedly blame someone without any proof, or just listen to some hearsay in your office that one of your good employees is doing anomaly and is responsible in the said income drop.
One good way identifying suspects is to conduct background check. This is usual problem of some companies who haven't conducted background check before hiring an employee or overlooking on the results of the background check.
It is very important to know the result of the background check to identify the applicant who had a bad records and see if these applicants are trustworthy and honest. Don't be complacent in just looking for those who got high grades on exams and impressed you during the interview. This is just basic requirements. Background check will always have the last say in qualifying applicant for the job.
Written By: Maella Ayson for SherlockRecords