5 Things To Consider When Choosing An Employment Screening Provider

Updated: Jul 15

To help avoid potential pitfalls, risks, and bad hires employers should look for an employment screening provider with a minimum of these five essential characteristics:


  1. Trusted Data Sources - The quality of the data is essential. Your provider should meet the necessary standards in providing secure and trusted data. As the employer, you should understand where the data originates.

  2. History and Experience - Consider how long the data solutions provider has been in business and how much experience it has in providing solutions specifically for your industry. A broad portfolio of solutions tailored for your unique business needs is vital for more informed decisions at each stage of the hiring process.

  3. Quality Assurance - Where is the data sourced, and how current is it? Is every search run through quality assurance or just the reports with hits? Is each search being review to ensure it is complete? The quality assurance process should be stringent, proven, and repeated on every search every time.

  4. "Always On" Stability - Reliability is critical for employment screeners. The move to digital interactions with employers in every aspect of their lives requires a new level of stability and uptime. Choose a provider with solutions and services that are always on and always available, empowered by cloud-based technology.

  5. Options & Security - Can the provider's solutions be accessed in the way that best fits your needs? Having access to more data in the best method for your business can bring a higher degree of certainty to the process.


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