Social Security Number Verification
Can Applicants Refuse to Disclose Their Social Security Number?
Most employers want to perform an employment background check before offering someone a job. The information contained in this background check can vary. Some employers use background checks to check an applicant’s criminal history, credit score and more. The application form that you use for candidates has a field for social security numbers. Additionally,…Read More
How Far Back Do Pre-Employment Background Checks Go?
Most employers conduct background checks on job applicants as part of the hiring process. A background check can uncover important information such as criminal convictions and can allow an employer to verify an applicant’s education and previous employment. Some employers also check candidates’ credit if they would be working in positions that involve handling money.…Read More
Why a Background Check Should Include Social Security Number Verification
When an employer conducts a background check on a job applicant, it is critical to get the most accurate and complete information possible in order to make an informed decision on whether or not to hire that individual. This can be difficult since multiple people may have the same name and people often change their…Read More