When working with new or potential clients, we are often asked about fingerprinting. Usually, the question is, “we already fingerprint, so why do we need to background check?” We have found some hiring managers believe that fingerprinting is the ultimate solution for background screening. While fingerprinting can provide valuable information on a candidate, there are five reasons why it is not a complete screening solution.
Here at Dominion Systems, we partner with the top companies that can provide value to our clients. Here’s exciting news about how Verified First, our background screening partner, is providing new features to improve the hiring process:
We’re proud to announce that our background screening partner, Verified First, was named the winner at HRO Today’s 2018 iTalent competition. This prestigious competition showcases innovative HR technologies and took place on Tuesday, May 2, at the 2018 HRO Today Forum in Harbor, Maryland.
At Dominion, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the most up-to-date and relevant information. We found this article from our partner, Verified First, to be informative and educational and we thought we’d share it with you.
3 Best Practices for Recruiting Millennials
Millennials. So much research has been conducted at this point about this generation that it almost seems ridiculous. They’re lazy... they’re technically savvy... they need instant gratification faster, etc. Some feedback has been good, while the majority has been focused on the negative aspects of this generation. In recruiting, however, it’s a known fact that this generation is handled differently than previous generations.
To help organizations become agile with their HR process, Jeff Mike explains how they can evolve into a more effective business model. Thank you to one of our partners, Verified First, for providing this article through their HR thought leader network. This article was originally published here at Bersin by Deloitte.
Anybody who pursues a career in HR will likely come across the concept of “background checks” at some point. After all, many businesses find it important to run checks on new employees before extending an offer letter. This pre-employment screening helps employers see criminal, financial, and employment history of a candidate before deciding whether or not they’re a good fit for the organization. Even the most extensive application process doesn’t validate any employment or education experience without some deeper digging. The phrase “trust, but verify” is a great mentality to have when approaching the hiring process. Companies get burned all the time by hiring on seemingly quality candidates only to find out the skills and experience they claimed to have were all a lie. By running simple background checks on your employees, you can ensure every hire you make is a good one and decrease your turnover rate in no time. Not convinced? Read on.
Bullying has become more of a concern in the United States now more than ever. Videos have gone viral on social media, parents are suing schools, and not only is it affecting children and teenagers, but it also affects adults, especially in the workplace. As a matter of fact, a 2017 survey conducted by the Workplace Bullying Institute revealed that 60 million Americans are affected by bullying. So what exactly is workplace bullying? It refers to repeated actions that have the intent of intimidating, humiliating, or degrading, and are directed toward an employee. These actions may put the affected employee’s physical and emotional health at risk. Workplace bullies don’t simply intimidate their victims; their actions can range from spreading rumors around the office in order to harm their target’s reputation, avoid telling them about important meetings, hide their office supplies, or anything that will make their victim feel helpless or useless. Keep in mind that bullying is defined by the effect of the behavior, not just the intent.