Reducing Employee Tension: How to Keep Politics Out of the Office

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The truth is politics in the workplace can lead to productivity loss, diminished employee morale, and greater turnover. Fortunately, there are ways you can keep politics out of the office and reduce employee tension. Here at Chane Solutions, we recommend the following tips that are sure to help you create and maintain a positive work Read more »

Are You Sure Your Current Vendor Is Doing the Right Thing? You Can Trust in Chane

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Selecting a background check provider is an important decision. However, since there are so many providers out there, it can be difficult to choose the right one. After all, you want to make sure the background check company you go with is trustworthy, compliant, accurate and experienced. Chane Solutions is the ideal vendor for all Read more »

How Background Checks Positively Influence Your Company Culture

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As modern industries become more diverse and people’s career options multiply, it’s increasingly hard to make your company stand out as an employer of choice. More and more often, the deciding factor in a job seeker’s decision comes down to company culture – which employer offers the most welcoming, promising, and productive environment. Though background Read more »

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 »

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 »

The Leading Reasons to Conduct Criminal Background Checks when Hiring

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When a single bad hire can cost your business thousands of dollars, it’s important that you collect as much information as possible before bringing on a new employee. This means that your hiring process must as airtight as possible. Though you can learn much about a candidate during the interview, performing criminal background checks will 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 »

Chane Solutions’ Katie Kulp Receives Industry Award

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This month, one of Chane Solutions’ very own employees received special recognition from the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS). Katie Kulp, Vice President, was honored as April 2018’s NAPBS Volunteer of the Month. Katie plays a vital role at Chane Solutions. In addition to her role of overseeing Operations and Compliance, she contributes 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 »

Are Your Candidates Being Honest with You?

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How do you decide who to trust? In our personal lives, we generally develop relationships over some time, perhaps months or years. In contrast, players in the business world are often forced to make game-changing decisions based on relatively little information. Considering that nearly half of resumes and applications contain information that is inaccurate (or Read more »