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Social media has become an integral part of our lives in today's digital age. It has also become a valuable tool for employers to assess potential candidates. Social media screening for employment involves analyzing a candidate's social media activity to determine their character, personality, and suitability for a particular role. But is it ethical?
If you're responsible for hiring new employees, you know how important it is to conduct employment screening. After all, you don't want to hire someone with a criminal record or who has lied about their qualifications. But have you considered that more than a basic background check is needed to get a complete picture of a job candidate?
Recruiting and hiring the right talent for companies has always been a challenge. With the changing landscape of the job market, this employment challenge is only going to become more difficult in 2023. In this article, we will discuss five of the top employment challenges companies may face in 2023, and how CIC can help them overcome these obstacles.
Employment screening providers are becoming more sophisticated in the way they conduct their business. They are placing greater emphasis on compliance with the law. This is a good development for both employers and employees.
When it comes to background checks, employers seeking the expertise of investigative firms for employment screening are generally better off in the long run.
In today's job market, more and more employers are requiring applicants to submit to education verification as part of the hiring process. While this may seem like an extra hoop to jump through, it's actually a good way to weed out applicants who have bought fake degrees from diploma mills. In this article, we'll take a look at how education verification works and why it's essential to pre-employment screening.
In today's business climate, security is more important than ever. Pre-employment screening is one way to ensure that your company is only hiring the most qualified and trustworthy employees.
Professional surveillance is something that many companies must consider in order to protect their assets and ensure employees are compliant with company policies and applicable laws. But what are some specific reasons that your company might need to hire a professional surveillance team? And what are the steps you need to take in order to make sure that it’s done effectively?
With the ever-increasing need for some employers to hire non-U.S. citizens, using CIC's Electronic Form I-9 process makes it easier for you and your employees to ensure compliance with U.S. employment law.
Drug use can have very serious consequences for the health of your employees, as well as the company in general. There are many repercussions if drugs in your workplace are not taken seriously, so it's important that you know the essentials of an employee drug screening program.
Protect your company from a bad hire. Social media screening is an important step in the hiring process, and it's also a great way to learn about a candidate before you make a commitment.
Background checks are a big component of hiring new employees. However, when an employer is doing their due diligence on a job candidate, they face one major problem - the time it takes to complete a background check and the associated costs. Find out how we can help employers save time and money by using our automated applicant invite process.
Monitoring driver performance is a huge responsibility for companies. The success of a company can depend on the performance of its drivers. To protect against driver risk, MVR checks and MVR monitoring is the solution for employers.
Every year, there are millions of professional resumes submitted to employers. With the competition so fierce and chances of getting the job slim, it's easy for people to cut corners. Here's how you can detect resume fraud using background screening.
Security is always important, and conducting a Security Vulnerability Assessment of your facility or job site can help you identify the points where lack of security threatens your company and your workforce.
A recent survey found that over half of Americans are worried about workplace violence. It's a scary thought, and yet it's an increasingly acute reality. Here are the top five ways employers can reduce the risk of workplace violence.
Pre-Employment Screening is the best way to avoid the high costs associated with employee turnover and to protect your company financially.
Drug Testing is essential to Employment Screening and an employer will benefit from implementing firm policies to ban illicit substances from the workplace.
Most businesses will find that hiring a background screening company that is qualified and independent is the best way to get the most useful information about a job candidate's social media behavior while staying in full compliance with the law.
Form I-9 is a government form used to verify an employee's identity and legal right to work in the United States. It is issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). When you hire a new employee, you have three days to complete the form and review the required verification documents.
Let's review the Adverse Action Process and see how CIC can help you streamline and organize the process.
Are you completely exhausted from attempting to stay on top of Workers' Compensation fraud or FMLA abuse?
Would you know what to do if you were confronted with an act of workplace violence? Workplace violence exists, and it may affect you! Whether the threat is external or internal, you must have a plan in place to ensure that all of your employees have a reasonable chance of surviving. This necessitates preparation, training, and practice.
Running background checks on job applicants can seem like a burden on businesses struggling to move forward after a period of economic shutdown. Finding qualified workers is a challenge in a shifting landscape where so many have fallen out of the workforce...
Across the country, state and federal legislatures and regulatory agencies are expanding limits on the use of employment screening tactics...
Employee drug and alcohol abuse continues to pose a serious risk to workplace safety in Ohio. Employee drug testing is an essential part of employment screening ...