The foundation of a successful company often lies with its employees. A good team makes an ever-better company which is why companies expend a ton of resources in making sure they hire the right people.
The backbone of the background screening industry is criminal record checks at courthouses throughout the U.S. The screening industry has recently encountered multiple efforts to detract from the ability of consumer reporting agencies and courthouse researchers to provide accurate and up-to-date criminal records in a timely fashion. The Consequences of Privacy Michigan and California have […]
Uniontown, Ohio—True Hire is thrilled to announce the addition of screening industry expert Kevin Horval who has recently joined the True Hire team. Horval is serving as the new general manager for the background check company based in northeast Ohio. Horval has been in the background screening industry for more than 15 years, managing everything […]
The TrueCrim database is an exclusive and innovative product that searches the largest repositories of criminal records, as well as sex offender registries for the entire country.
Starting July 1, 2013, you will no longer be able to obtain prospective employees’ credit reports and history for employment purposes.
There is now a fourth state that is paving their way to enact social media password protection laws.
Ms. Martens’ care plan called for the use of a transfer belt, and her caregiver never used it during the times she was dropped.
True Hire Background Checks brings you a safer, more efficient workplace for your employees at a lower cost. We are 42% faster than other leading background-investigation service bureaus and can save the average business 23%.
As numerous industry and regulatory trends continue to converge, 2012 promises to be a watershed year for online commercial data security and privacy.
Sandusky (Penn State Accused Sex Abuser) was denied a volunteer position in 2010 due to a Failed Background Check
Jerry Sandusky – the former Penn State University assistant football coach currently charged with 40 counts of child sex abuse in a Grand Jury Presentment – failed a background check for a volunteer football coaching position at Juniata College.