When doing a background check, consider what is important to know about your employees, depending on your type of business. For example, if you would like to know whether the potential employee has been involved in a law suit, a civil record check will provide you with appropriate information.
Any type of business should screen its potential employees for registered sex offenders, especially if the job requires visiting the home of a client. Many sex offenders have been displaced by recent natural disasters and have failed to register in their new locations. In response to this problem, Background Check Professionals performs a nation-wide sex offender search, which lets your company know if your potential employee is registered in any state in the U.S.
When checking for a criminal record, the local police department cannot provide you with completely accurate information. The police department only checks the city criminal records, leaving the applicant’s previous places of residence unchecked. Background Check Professionals contacts the county court where the applicant lived before.
At Background Check Professionals, LLC, we work hard to provide you with the service you expect. Below is a list of some of the services we offer (see our Services page for a complete list).
Directly from Municipal and Superior Courts, previous employers, State Worker’s Comp. Commission, federal courts, colleges and universities, and applicable credit bureaus.
Note: Our court records are NOT a database service. When you place an order with us, you will obtain the most current and complete information available.
The FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) is the law that allows the applicant to have a copy of our reports and to challenge its accuracy. The EEOC regulations allow the pre-screening of applicants, but prohibit hiring decisions based on sex, age, race, etc.
Absolutely! Misstatements on an application are grounds for denying an applicant or dismissing an employee. In fact, if you hire a dangerous or unqualified person for a position through which they could harm others, you can be held liable for the employee’s actions.
Hire that person, but perform a background check soon after. If you find that he or she made misstatements on the application or resume, it is grounds for dismissal. Remember that our Applicant Consent Form is your first line of defense. If potential employees know that you will verify all information, they are much less likely to misrepresent themselves.
Please be assured that this process is easy. We can begin working on your order today. Call us at 1- 877-450-2290 and we will guide you to the forms needed to start your account and process your first order.
We will work with you to get the information you need at a price you can afford.