Business Guide: Employment Background Checking

Although most businesses have high standards, they also are challenged by limited resources. In addition, they frequently need to move quickly when the time comes to make a hire. Yet each applicant and employee adds business and security risk. Fortunately, performing background checks on applicants and employees is an effective way to discover potential issues that could affect your business. Read this business guide.

Featured Software Research:

Unified Communications Guide: The Business Case for Unified Communications in the Contact Center

One of the most important trends these days in unified communications (UC) is extending these capabilities to the contact center. Generally in the past, UC deployments have been focused on employee communications, but contact center agents utilize many UC features and a strong business case can be made for implementing UC in your contact center. This guide addresses the main considerations to support this business case for companies of all sizes. Read More

5 Steps to the Benefits of EAM Software

  • Source: IFS
  • Written By:
  • Published:
As someone coming from a plant maintenance background who has spent several years implementing enterprise asset management software, Jerry Browning, business consultant for IFS North America, has learned a lot about EAM solutions. This white paper provides his thoughts about what the benefits of EAM software really are, in simple and straightforward terms, and five specific ways these benefits may manifest themselves in an organization. Read More

Your Best Workers May Not Be Your Employees

  • Source: IBM
  • Written By:
  • Published:
The workforce is changing. Cradle-to-grave employment is a relic. Technological advances have allowed workers to become more mobile and global. But the financial crisis of 2008 has had a lasting impact on employment around the world and across industries. Since then, multiple studies have documented the rise of independent workers, also known as contractors, freelancers, or consultants.

In this report, researchers look at a sample of more than 33,000 workers across 26 countries and compare... Read More

You may also be interested in these related documents:

Employment Screening Benchmarking Report: 2011 Edition

As background screening and drug testing have become commonplace, many employers have shifted the focus toward making their screening programs and practices better—more efficient, more accurate, more flexible, faster and more appealing to both hiring professionals and applicants. The HireRight 2011 Employment Screening Benchmarking Report points to an array of best practices that can help organizations achieve these goals. Read More

How Background Screening Can Protect Your Organization and the Communities You Serve

Volunteer organizations recognize the importance of carefully vetting their volunteers before trusting them with the welfare of the various communities they serve (youth, elderly, disabled). Background screening is a key component in protecting their organization and their community members. This industry brief outlines the risks that arise from bad volunteers and how careful background screening can mitigate those risks. Read More

Case Study: Poudre Valley Health System

In 2006, Poudre Valley Health System (PVHS) was about to open a new hospital in Colorado (US). PVHS’s human resources (HR) department saw the need to change some existing processes, including the method of referencing job candidates. After one year of using a new HR hiring process solution, PVHS was able to predict supervisor evaluations of new hires and had the potential to save over $850,000 (USD). Learn more. Read More
 
comments powered by Disqus