The Verdict Is in – Chane Solutions’ Customer Service Is Second to None

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What do you look for in a background screening service? At Chane Solutions, we understand that our customers have high standards, which is why we make it our goal to exceed expectations. Though performing high-quality background checks in a timely fashion is our chief concern, it’s our incredible customer service that separates us and makes Read more »

Why You Should Choose a NAPBS Accredited Background Screening Provider

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With online access to official documents becoming easier than ever before, there’s been an explosion of new background screening providers looking to take advantage of what seems like a simple industry. Though competition fuels growth in any industry, not every player in background screening has shown the dedication to reliability and accuracy as their peers. Read more »

Employment Verifications – The Top 5 Things You Should Know

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Running a successful business requires employees of all types. In fact, a staff composed of highly diverse personalities and backgrounds is often more effective than a more homogenous blend. When hiring, however, there is one factor that you don’t want to roll the dice on: skills. If your new hire doesn’t have the necessary experience Read more »

5 Reasons to Outsource Your Pre-Employment Background Screening

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The hiring process is one of the most critical procedures in any business. Not only is it a resource intensive process (that often eats up weeks of time and thousands of dollars), but the results directly impact your company’s future success. Unsurprisingly, businesses are constantly looking for ways to streamline and improve the hiring process. Read more »

Evaluating the Cost of a Bad Hire

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It’s the thing that every manager dreads: after weeks of searching, reviewing resumes, and interviewing candidates, the person you hired isn’t working out. What now? Should you tough it out and hope the problem can be resolved, or should you take action quickly? Here are some factors you should consider when evaluating what to do Read more »

What Type of Background Check Are You Getting?

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Wanted to start your Monday off right by sharing a story with all of our clients and friends who perform (or don’t perform) background checks on new hires and employees. Here’s how it started… Just a few weeks ago, a friend of mine who, I’ll call Nora, assumed a new role in the HR department Read more »

Samsonite CEO Resume Controversy Reinforces Importance of Education Verifications

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Recent reports indicate that Samsonite’s CEO may have bluffed his way into a $6,000,000 per year position. Ramesh Tainwala, who has served in his current position at the luggage giant since 2014, has been accused of falsifying his doctorate in business administration. Though higher-ups at the company initially backed Mr. Tainwala despite the claims, further Read more »

Is Your Criminal Background Screening Process Compliant with Current Standards?

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Despite being an indispensable aspect of the hiring process, criminal background screening remains a complex endeavor. When business owners fail to take into account current regulations, they may find themselves in deep legal troubles due to their screening policies. Are your company’s background checks compliant with current standards? Though some laws differ based on state Read more »

Quick Guide to Selecting the Right Background Screening Provider for You

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You already know that you need to conduct background checks on every new hire, but what now? There are endless background screening providers on the market, and each one of them promises the best services available. How can you choose between them? Here’s a quick guide to the background screening industry and how to pick Read more »

What Does a Bad Hire Cost Your Business?

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Few managers are happy with every hire they’ve ever made. Despite all the precautions taken in the hiring process, there is always the occasional bad fit that somehow makes it through. Even though an at will business relationship gives you the option of dismissing a bad hire that doesn’t work out, that one bad decision Read more »