Changing the Face of Pre-Employment Screening
All employers face a basic reality: Employees can be your greatest asset or your toughest road to navigate! Finding and hiring the right person is critical. Mistakes in the hiring process cost time, money and often times much more. So, how do you make sure a prospective employee is who they say they are? Get the facts before you hire with National Crime Search Solutions!
The benefits of National Crime Search include less employee turnover by getting the right facts up front; less vulnerability to litigation resulting from unqualified staffing; protecting your assets with proper documentation of employee records; and, fulfilling the requirements of the law for pre-employment screening (an increasingly complex task for more and more industries). With proper pre-employment screening, your human resources, legal and security departments will no longer be tied up with unqualified applicants, bogus information and other time wasters.
National Crime Search services are designed to simplify paper work flow. Our web-based service allows you to submit requests, view results, store results and generate activity reports electronically. Fast, easy and cost-effective. A single point of control and interaction for your whole organization, no matter how big or how spread out geographically.
With National Crime Search, Your Instant & Affordable Background Solution we know that no two clients are alike. You can request standard search components individually or as a group. We routinely create custom search request configurations based on specific client requirements. So, combine our search components in any combination that meets your specific needs, or contact us and we will customize a search package for you.
In addition, for those clients who hire throughout the nation or those customers who have standing orders, we can pre-set the system to order exactly the searches your company has selected. This eliminates erroneous or unwanted searches from being requested and conducted as well as the associated costs.