3 Ways Automated Healthcare Credentialing Will Change the Game

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Maintaining robust credentialing records for every healthcare professional on your payroll includes verifying the information they supply you, as well as making sure they process new applications and update their licenses and certification in a timely fashion. If you drop the ball on this responsibility, you risk staggering financial penalties, some as high as $10,000 Read more »

The 2021 Outlook for Hiring Managers

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Recruiting trends, like so much in life, have been altered dramatically during the past year by Covid-19 and its repercussions. As described by the Society for Human Resource Managers (SHRM), the pandemic has been a “historic change agent” as “virtually recruiting and onboarding a remote workforce have become the norm for many.” How will the Read more »

How Far Back Can a Reference Check Go?

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As an employer, you should know the ins and outs of candidate background checks and how far back they can extend so that you can make informed, responsible decisions. When all is said and done, it’s about hiring the right people and reducing risk to your current team members, clients, visitors, and your company reputation. Read more »

Don’t Skip Reference Checks When Hiring

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You’ve completed pre-screening, one-on-one interviews with a candidate, and you feel confident they’d make a good hire. Do you really need to check their references, too? The answer is a resounding “yes.” Often dismissed as an unnecessary formality, professional reference checks are an excellent opportunity to gain an outside perspective on a candidate. They can Read more »

Get to Know ChaneCheck – and See How it Can Enhance Your Hiring Process

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Time to hire – how long it takes you to select and hire the best candidate for a role – is one of your most important recruiting metrics. Equally critical are your cost per hire and quality of hire. They’re like the three legs of a stool: if even one of them weakens, the whole Read more »

What Type of Background Check Will Best Fit Your Company Needs?

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You conduct candidate and employee background checks for reasons critical to your business, including protecting your employees, customers, and other stakeholders from harm, as well as improving the quality of your hires and meeting legal and regulatory requirements. Background checks also safeguard your company’s reputation and help reduce or prevent theft, embezzlement, and other criminal Read more »

Here’s‌ ‌What‌ ‌our‌ ‌Customers‌ ‌Have‌ ‌to‌ ‌Say‌ ‌About‌ ‌Working‌ ‌with‌ ‌Us‌

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Before you buy a product or service, how do you know you’ve made the right choice? If you’re a smart consumer, you’ve done your homework and learned as much about your pending purchase as you can. And one of the best, most credible sources for this critical information is reviews by others who have already Read more »

Struggling to Find a Background Screening Company with a Quick Turnaround?

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The inevitable has happened: one of your best employees has given their two-weeks’ notice to accept another job.   It happens (hopefully, not very often), and when it does, you need to quickly fire up your recruitment process and find a replacement. This can be highly stressful, to say the least. In the interest of not Read more »

Looking Ahead at 2021 Hiring Trends

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In hiring, as in almost every aspect of life and work, things have changed dramatically this past year. There will still likely be several unknowns as you turn your corporate calendar to January 2021. But while they may look a bit different, certain best practices will remain rock solid. It’s important to understand the key trends Read more »

What Consent is Required to Run a Background Check?

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In most cases, the answer to the question, “Do you really need a candidate’s approval to run a background check?” is yes. With few exceptions, if you fail to take this step, you can leave yourself open to a costly lawsuit. So, before you launch a background screening policy, make sure you know all the rules Read more »