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Employee Search: Screening the Right Ones

Putting up a business, regardless of what industry it may belong to, is one tall order, as time, energy, and money are invested significantly. To avoid having all of these go to waste, business owners need to hire the right set of people who can align with their goals to create a productive environment. If […]

Background Search on Convicted Felon Applicants

The penal system is heavily populated with convicted felons who have rap sheets of various “lengths.” The nature of the offenses may see them get out of the bars for good behavior or even a technicality – some offenses are enough to net them life terms or worse. When such a person comes to your […]

Ensuring Employment Screening is Done Right

Screening potential employees is a common practice in practically all industries, no matter what the type or size of the company. The extensiveness of the employment screening may vary depending on the nature of the company, but essentially this is done to make sure that the management is able to hire the most qualified applicants […]

Top Sites for Doing a Public Search

A public record search can help human resource departments in verifying candidates’ qualifications, as well as deciding accordingly whether to hire them or not. As such, databases that allow free access to critical information are patronized by organizations. If you want to equip your own staffing team with the advantage that this kind of supplementary […]

“We’d Like to Talk to you about a former employee…”

Say you are close to approving a very promising recruit into your company’s ranks. Your employment screening service finds that the pedigrees do check out – a good education, a wealth of experience, and an array of marketable skills. Seems that you have a model employee in the making? Too early to tell, but if […]

So Many Court Records, So Little Time

How long does a case record stay available to the public? You can probably say it lasts for years, but don’t count on a fixed number. Some court records remain permanent in their original form (mostly referring to paper files), others are transferred to the database, while a select few are purged from the inventory. […]