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The Importance of Background Checks on Employees

SVM SupervisorBackground checks are vital for many careers and jobs in America these days but why are they so important? Background checks fill many needs: to enhance security in the workforce, to reduce turnover, to minimize the occurrence of worker burglary and to leave you with the genuine feelings of serenity that your property, both physical and intellectual, is safe.

Servicemaster of Wake County requires full background checks on all employees in addition to the extensive interview and training process. This ensures your workplaces are not only in the best hands technically with the high quality training and knowledge, but the individuals in your workplace are trusting and reliable. Most of our work is done after hours, when you’re away; we want you to sleep soundly knowing that professionals are maintaining your office with the utmost respect for you, your property and your business.

Background checks on our staff are covering a wide variety of territories. Drivers’ permits, licenses, character references, personal colleagues, training records, criminal records, court records, credit records and considerably more. It is likewise essential to note that a lot of this is open data. Furthermore, we comprehend and abide that per the Fair Credit Reporting Act, some data can’t be utilized as a part of conjunction with a Background checks.

Just like you like to know who is working for you and in your workplace, so do we. We care so much that we spend a large of amount of effort, time and money in our background checks and interview processes to only hire the best. When you hire Servicemaster of Wake County we know your are trusting us to only provide the best service, by the best technicians and employees and we do that with our extensive training, background checks and interview process.



One Response to The Importance of Background Checks on Employees

  • Scott

    I had never considered the one of the benefits of doing background checks is that it reduces turnover. It makes sense why hiring someone that hasn’t had any major legal issues could possibly be a more reliable choice than hiring someone who has been in and out of jail for the past couple years. It might be good to give the candidate an opportunity to explain what you might find on the background check in the interview.

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