Posts Tagged: reference checks

The Positive Side of a Negative Reference Check

According to SHRM, 96% of organizations use reference checks as a screening and selection tool, yet admittedly many experts question the value of reference checks as a valid indicator of job performance. Reference checks have been criticized for their declining value to employers as many companies establish policies against divulging anything more than basic information… Read more »

[INFOGRAPHIC] The Case for Pre-Employment Background Checks

When hiring people to represent your organization, you want to feel confident that you can trust these individuals to represent the best interests of your organization. For some employers, it’s enough to simply conduct an interview, check a few references, and hire away. But for the more than 90% of corporate America that relies on… Read more »

Free Webinar – Employment Verifications and Reference Checks: “There Must Be a Better Way”

“The throttle for growth for any great company is not the markets, technology, competition or products. It is one thing above all others; the ability to get and keep the right people.” This quote comes from Jim Collins, author of the book Good to Great, and it’s one we tend to frequently repeat around here…. Read more »