Written By Employment Screening Resources (ESR)
Employment Screening Resources® (ESR) – a leading global background check provider – answers some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the background check process for job applicants. Here are some background check FAQs from www.esrcheck.com/Applicant-Support-Center/FAQs/.
Background Check FAQs
- How long will my background check take? It all depends on the types of services the employer is requesting and how the information for those services is obtained. The vast majority of criminal records background checks are completed within 24 to 72 hours of receiving the order. See full answer.
- Can I get a copy of my report? Yes, without question. In fact, if you go through the online applicant process, you will receive one automatically. See full answer.
- What information is reported in a background check? Criminal Record Check – The jurisdiction, the case number, the date of the offense(s), the charge(s), the disposition and the sentence, where one is imposed. See full answer.
- What are my rights? The subject (“Consumer”) of a background check (“Consumer Report”) has many rights under both federal and state laws. Federal rights apply to everyone, while states’ rights depend on where you live and will be working. See full answer.
- How do I dispute my background check? To dispute the completeness or accuracy of information found on your background check, call 888-999-4474 and ask for the Dispute Department. We have trained specialists who are ready and willing to help you through the process. See full answer.
- Is my information safe? Yes, your information is safe! Here are some important points surrounding the security of what you provide to ESR. See full answer.
- How do I expedite my background check? ESR is committed to getting your background check completed as quickly as possible. See full answer.
- What if I have a criminal record? Just because you have a criminal record in your past does not mean you will not get a job. See full answer.
- What is involved in a drug test? The most common drug test is via urinalysis. This is how it works. See full answer.
- How do I prepare for my background check? It is really quite simple. To begin with, ask the employer what their background check will include, so you are prepared to have all the related information in hand before you begin the online process. See full answer.
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