Employers typically engage in pre-employment screening to:
This is the why, now the how. Of course you could try to do the screening yourself, but that is not the best course. Why?:
The solution? Hire a licensed private investigator who has made pre-employment screening their specialty. Most states have strict laws governing the profession, therefore the licensed private investigator is held to a higher standard than those who are not licensed. This is their specialty, their agency is a CRA, and they are well versed in all laws. Being licensed they have access to PRIVATE databases that are FCRA, DPPA and HIPPA approved, know how to search court records especially criminal, civil, sex offender, and driving recprd. Remember, this is what they do, so they want to make the necessary phone calls to make sure you are getting the right person for your company.
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A contact center often brings about a prospect’s first real-time interaction with your company. As such, if it’s not a positive one, they’ll likely look elsewhere for help. With 69% of Americans more inclined to recommend a company to friends and family after a positive customer service experience, you’ll need to exceed expectations on the following fronts. more