Since background checks are a crucial part of the hiring process in today’s business world, leading payroll and HR solutions provider Paycor® has teamed up with Attorney Lester Rosen, Founder and CEO of Employment Screening Resources® (ESR), for the whitepaper ‘8 Warning Signs You Should Reconsider Your Background Screening Provider.’ The link to download the complimentary whitepaper is available on the Paycor website at http://www.paycor.com/download-background-screening-whitepaper.
In the whitepaper, Rosen – author of ‘The Safe Hiring Manual,’ the first comprehensive guide to employment screening – emphasizes how background checks conducted on potential new hires need to be done legally and accurately by professional and accredited screening firms and not “data-vendors” that create more problems for employers than they solve. The whitepaper covers these eight warning signs that indicate an employer should take a closer look at their background screening provider:
- 1. DOES THE BACKGROUND SCREENING FIRM PROMOTE “INSTANT BACKGROUND CHECKS”?
- 2. DO THEY CLAIM TO HAVE A BETTER DATABASE?
- 3. DO THEY CLAIM DIRECT CONNECTIONS WITH NUMEROUS COUNTY COURTS?
- 4. DO THEY USE “OFFSHORE” FACILITIES/WORKERS?
- 5. HAVE THEY BEEN ACCREDITED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND SCREENERS (NAPBS®)?
- 6. DO THEY USE HOMEBASED OPERATORS?
- 7. DO THEY FAIL TO PROVIDE CLIENTS REGULAR UPDATES ON LEGAL CHANGES?
- 8. HAVE THEY FAILED TO MENTION THE UPDATED U.S. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION (EEOC) GUIDANCE ON USING CRIMINAL RECORDS DURING HIRING?
Founded in Cincinnati, Ohio, Paycor serves companies in all 50 states by providing intuitive, cloud-based HR, payroll, and timekeeping software. Paycor services also include tax filing, online reporting, 401(k) retirement services, and workers’ compensation. For more information, visit http://www.paycor.com/. To download the complimentary whitepaper ‘8 Warning Signs You Should Reconsider Your Background Screening Provider,’ visit http://www.paycor.com/download-background-screening-whitepaper.
Rosen founded Employment Screening Resources (ESR) in the San Francisco, California area in 1997 and the nationwide background screening firm is accredited by the NAPBS. Rosen was the chairperson of the steering committee that founded the NAPBS and also served as first co-chair. For more information about ESR, visit http://www.esrcheck.com or call Toll Free 888.999.4474. To order ‘The Safe Hiring Manual’ by Attorney Lester Rosen, visit http://www.esrcheck.com/SafeHiringManual.php.
About Employment Screening Resources® (ESR):
Founded by safe hiring expert Attorney Les Rosen in 1997, Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) – ‘The Background Check Authority®’– provides accurate and actionable information that empowers employers to make informed hiring decisions for the benefit of their organizations, employees, and the public. CEO Rosen literally wrote the book on background checks with “The Safe Hiring Manual” and ESR is accredited by The National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS), a distinction held by a small percent of screening firms. Employers choosing ESR know they have selected an agency meeting the highest industry standards. To learn more about ESR, visit http://www.esrcheck.com or call toll free 888.999.4474.
About ESR News:
The Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) News blog – ESR News – provides employment screening information for employers, recruiters, and jobseekers on a variety of topics including credit reports, criminal records, data privacy, discrimination, E-Verify, jobs reports, legal updates, negligent hiring, workplace violence, and use of search engines and social network sites for background checks. For more information about ESR News or to send comments or questions, please email ESR News Editor Thomas Ahearn at firstname.lastname@example.org. To subscribe to the ESR News Blog Feed, visit http://www.esrcheck.com/wordpress/feed/. To subscribe to the complimentary ESRcheck Report monthly newsletter, please visit http://www.esrcheck.com/Newsletter/.