Selecting candidates that are properly qualified
No matter your industry, confirming an applicant’s suitability, or uncovering falsities in a resume, could reveal a potential employee or volunteer who lacks the experience, credentials, or character needed for a position.
Our employment verification includes current or previous work history, including dates of employment, job titles and responsibilities.
Through our efficient process, we ensure that all available information is obtained from reliable sources and subsequently provided in thorough and detailed reporting.
DOT Employment Verification
An IntelliCorp DOT employment verification consists of a detailed questionnaire that addresses DOT required information about past employment and driving history, including position and employment dates, type of vehicle driven, accident history, and whether a candidate ever refused or failed a drug or alcohol test.
An education verification collects valuable information, such as school name and address, school type, highest grade completed, degree verification, major areas of study, and graduation date or dates attended, forming a more complete picture of the potential employee.
Learn more about an applicant’s past performance and character, in both personal and professional environments. Our thorough references check process includes questions such as: How long have you known the applicant? Are you related to the applicant? Where and in what capacity have you worked with the applicant? These questions can determine the strength and quality of responses given from a particular reference, revealing the integrity of an applicant.
By verifying the information provided on a resume, you can:
Cut through the many misconceptions concerning what information organizations receive from fingerprint database searches. Understand the difference between fingerprint database searches and name-based searches in order to make educated decisions regarding your background screening program.
The California Supreme Court recently handed down a ruling that affects California employers. Get more information on this case and see tips on what every employer should be thinking of while maintaining a screening program.