It is no secret that conducting employee background checks is important, but actually putting this idea into practice is a bit more overwhelming. Whether your company has five or 5,000 employees, nothing good comes out of skipping this critical hiring step.
Negligent hiring lawsuits are continuing to increase. These lawsuits occur if an employee does something that hurts someone else; whether it is physical or verbal damage. If this occurs, an employer could be liable and forced to pay high legal fees, and in many cases the entire company's reputation is suddenly at stake. Performing a background check is the easiest and safest way to make sure that a bad apple does not sneak by and cause this damage to the company.
This free guide will help you better understand how to successfully implement a background check program, plus provide you with several free quotes by phone/e-mail from the industry's most reputable background checking providers.
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