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References are part of many background checks and pre-employment screenings, but how should you — either as an employer or job candidate — prepare for references?
Verifying education history is part of a background check and, as always, your resume should list all important aspects of your education history.
There’s No Secret to Passing a Drug Test
Passing a drug test is a requirement for many jobs and, if you’re a drug user, the best way to pass one of these tests to be employed is to simply stop using drugs.
Background Checks for Volunteer Workers
Background checks are often a part of most application processes for full-time workers, but should they be required of volunteers when volunteers are doing job-like functions, such as working in a town fire department?
When and Why Important Information Doesn’t Show Up on a Background Check
In some cases, a criminal history, even including an accidental death, can be wiped from someone’s criminal background check.
Background Check-Perfect Candidates Can Succumb to Crime, Too
In some cases, even an employee with a perfect background check can commit a crime. Can such behavior be spotted before, or is hiring anyone still a gamble?
A Clean Slate for Former NY State Drug Criminals
Should former NY drug criminals be given a clean slate in pre-employment background checks? Although giving criminals a new start, eliminating past crimes from a background check could not be fully beneficial.
Background Checks for Guns
In Connecticut, background checks are needed to purchase a gun, and, in the current economy, many are purchasing guns — and waiting for a background check.