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.

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