Posts Tagged ‘background checks’
Reasons for Background (and Credit) Checks
Companies have their reasons for conducting background checks, as well as credit checks, for potential and current employees.Read More
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.Read More
No Background Check for Government Aide in Omaha
When don’t you do a background check for government positions? Even with questionable history, aide to Omaha mayor-elect has not received a background check or investigation.Read More
How Thorough is a Background Check?
A background check is often part of the employment process, but how thorough is it and what information might not appear in a background report?Read More
How Significant is Credit in Employee and Pre-Employment Background Checks?
Credit can be part of a background check, and a good credit score is almost always important for financial and executive-level occupations, but how important is it for every other candidate and what are a candidate’s rights regarding credit?Read More
Tony Cole’s Background Check: Why Being Honest in Applying for a Job is Important
Honesty is an important part of a job application, as any background check will reveal important past information regarding criminal history, as in the recent case of Tony Cole.Read More
Cutting Background Checks, Increasing Abuse?
As background checks are almost an employment requirement, is it ethical to not run background checks on candidates who could be working with the disabled?Read More