Why Conduct Background Checks?
- According to the US Chamber of commerce 30% of US Business Bankruptcies are due to employee theft
- The U.S Department of Labor has reported that drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace cause 65 percent of on-the-job accidents
- 50 percent of all workers compensation claims are related to the abuse of alcohol or drug in workplace
- According to the Workplace Violence Institute, negligent hiring costs U.S businesses more than $18 billion annually
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With over 10,000 misdemeanor courts and 3,500 Felony courts in the United States we can conduct criminal record searches from any jurisdiction. Drug testing, employment verification, education verification and driving records can also be ordered and retrieved through Simplified Screening. Our pricing, software and customer service make the employment screening process simple! Call today for today for a no-obligation demo.
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94% of employers conduct some type of background check on applicants and 90% screen existing employees periodically. It is an increasingly commonplace and an important part of the hiring process. But what are the best practices? What type of employment screening system is best? Can I hire someone with an arrest record? How are criminal record checks obtained? Is my company compliant with EEOC guidance and the Fair Credit Reporting Act?
We’ve personally been in the background screening industry for over 65 years combined. When you hire us, you’re backed by an experienced team who have conducted millions of background checks over the course of their careers. Navigating the complexities of employment screening and understanding the difficulties that employers face, is where our experience makes the difference. Our goal is to translate that experience into a process that is [SIMPLE] for you.
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Did you know that U.S. businesses lose up to near $50 billion annually to employee theft? It accounts for 90% of significant losses. According to
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