Employee Screening

Pre- Employment screening is designed to verify information supplied by candidates on their resumes and applications. Investigations are also conducted to uncover character flaws and criminal tendencies that might jeopardize the employer, tarnish its reputation, endanger staff, or limit the effectiveness of the candidate. Screening is often done to determine if employees can be trusted to manage financial resources or protect sensitive or confidential information.
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  1. Criminal History Screening – Many states have laws dictating how criminal information can be used in the evaluation of candidates. The FBI and State Identification Agencies provide services to help businesses investigate the criminal background of candidates when appropriate.
  2. Lie Detector Tests (Polygraph) – The Employee Polygraph Protection Act prohibits most private employers from using lie detector tests for pre- employment. The law includes a list of exceptions that apply to businesses that provide armored car services, alarm or guard services, or those that manufacture, distribute, or dispense pharmaceuticals.
  3. Worker’s Compensation Claims History – Appeals are publicly accessible and may be used for employment purposes if they provide evidence that an injury would make it impossible for a candidate to carry out her duties.
  4. Skills or Personality Assessments – Some employers will administer tests to determine if applicants have the right skills or personality orientation to carry out a particular job. Tests may include multiple-choice instruments as well as assessments to evaluate manual dexterity, programming, editing, writing, spreadsheet, word processing, or other technical skills.
  5. Employment Verification – Employers will often check each of the jobs listed on your resume and applications to make sure that the job title, dates of employment, and other details are accurate. Your past employers may have policies limiting their response to these inquiries.
  6.  Education Verification – Employers will often want to verify your degree, major and academic performance prior to finalizing a hire, especially for entry-level jobs. Candidate must indicate their consent for schools to release records