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By delivering a 360-degree view of your candidate, you can be sure you'll get the full representation of who you're hiring, based around your specific requirements.
Get a complete picture of your candidates with IntelliCorp's full circle background screenings
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Gather extensive details about your candidate, including felony and misdemeanor records, sex-offender records, inmate records, and arrest information.
Uncover falsities in a resume could reveal a potential employee or volunteer who lacks the experience, credentials, or character needed for a position.
Expose potential risk factors of all prospective hires by running comprehensive credit reports and civil searches.
Efficient and timely credentialing processes provide an additional level of scrutiny while mitigating fraud and abuse.
Because your company assumes liability for your drivers, you need to know who’s behind the wheel.
Protect your organization from the impact of drug and alcohol abuse by implementing a proper drug screening program.
At IntelliCorp, we take pride in our work and it shows through our hiring practices, from tenured employees to upfront client training:
Managing your workforce is no easy feat. Know – and trust – who you’re hiring.
For non-profits, the stakes are even higher to find the right candidate for your organization.
With increased regulations, the necessity for stringent background screenings within the healthcare industry is on the rise.
Protect your income by checking your prospective tenant’s identity, credit and criminal history before you rent.
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Recognizing Excellence in Background Screening
Accredited by the Professional Background Screening Association
IntelliCorp has been named to the 2020 List of Best Background Check Services
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