Did you know that 67% of employers say the quality
of hires improved with background checks? Click on the link in our bio to learn more.💡🔍
Why background checks you ask?
According to a survey carried out by the National association of professional background screeners, public safety was sighted as the top reason why most employers conduct background checks. A total 89 percent of employers carry out background checks in order to protect employees, customers and others. Other reasons why background checks are necessary includes but not subject to the following:
1. It improves the quality of hires
2. Protection of the company’s reputation
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"Did the candidate get along with coworkers? Were they engaged in company culture?" These are questions❓you should be asking in reference checks. Click the link in our bio to learn other questions you should be asking! 👍🏼
Do you actually know who you're hiring? 🤔 Determining the truth about an applicant can be difficult as more people lie on their resumes. Sometimes, you can only discover the truth from reference checks. Follow the link in our bio to learn which questions to ask during screening.
As resume fraud becomes increasingly popular, reference checks become more important. 📇 Check out our latest blog post to learn 10 questions you should always ask during reference checks! 🔎#linkinbio
Many resumes contain embellished or false information, and as an employer you must ask more questions❔to find the truth. Click the link in our bio to learn the most common lies, and what questions to ask to learn the truth 🔎
58% of employers have spotted lies on resumes. Can you spot these resume embellishments, or will you need a lie detector test? 🤔 Click the link in our bio to learn how to spot these lies before it's too late!