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Hiring Employees

Check-M-Out Security and Investigations LLC offers the following cost effective steps to avoid hiring criminal or potentially problem employees:

SEVEN COST EFFECTIVE STEPS TO AVOID HIRING A CRIMINAL
  • Step #1: Write a Policy. Write a background screening policy and distribute it to all employees.
  • Step #2: Announce the policy. Place a permanent sign around the company that clearly states the company's policy on conducting back ground investigations and drug testing on the job. By posting these signs in public "view" around the company, it creates a public trust in your companies workforce.
  • Step #3: Put it on line. Place a notice on the company web site about background investigations and drug testing policy. This will deter unwanted individuals from applying for a job. Applicants who visit the company Web site for employment information will see that the organization promotes a safe working environment, which is an excellent employee benefit.
  • Step #4: Disclose to Applicants. The law requires that companies tell job applicants about background investigations before they are hired. The disclosure should be in writing and state the reasons for the background investigation. Applicants with something to hide will think twice about applying.
  • Step #5: Use Job application. Ask all legally allowable questions on the job application. Example: Is there anything you wish to tell us before we perform a background investigation? This question will save the company money.
  • Step #6: Temporary workers. If your company uses a temporary employment service, ensure that you conduct a background investigation on this person. Why? Because applicants with criminal records often work for Temporary employment agencies.
  • Step #7: Contractors & Vendors. Background investigations should be conducted on their employees. This should be done prior to a worker ever being sent to a site.

While these recommendations do not represent all that can be done to improve the hiring process, they do provide a foundation for its growth. If you have any questions concerning this or other security issues please feel free to call Jim O'Connor at Check-M-Out Security services and Investigations LLC at 201-760-8818 or email us at: Info@CheckMOut.Com

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Check-M-Out Security Services & Investigations, LLC
PO Box 101, Wyckoff, NJ 07481
Phone: 201-760-8818 Fax: 201-760-8821
Email: Info@CheckMOut.Com