Common Human Resource Mistakes That Can Often Delay Background Screening

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Background screening has become a routine part of many hiring processes. Unfortunately, by treating it as routine, many human resources professionals accidentally engage in behaviors that actually delay a background screening. Since a delayed background screening can, in turn, delay a hiring process or result in lower-quality hiring decisions, it is important to approach background Read more »

Applicant Experience in Background Screening

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Background screening is likely one of the final steps in your hiring process, yet also one of the most important. It can be key to fostering a positive candidate experience while at the same time providing better safety and security for all parties – and data – involved. Take a candidate-centric approach throughout all your Read more »

Are Background Checks Worth the Cost?

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Obtaining background checks on job candidates is your opportunity to verify the information they provide on their resume, application and during their interview and hiring process. Moreover, it helps ensure a safe and profitable workplace – and serves as a valuable risk management tool to minimize the odds of a costly bad hire. Thirty-six percent Read more »

3 Ways Your Inefficient Healthcare Credentialing Process Is Putting Your Organization at Risk

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  The purpose of healthcare credentialing isn’t just to ensure your organization’s latest hires have been honest about their qualifications. Healthcare credentialing exists to shelter your organization from legal, financial, and reputational risk. Especially now, as healthcare organizations across America look to regain their pre-COVID momentum, any type of setback can be devastating. Healthcare organizations Read more »

Hired an Employee During COVID-19 and their Court Results Just Returned?

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The Covid-19 pandemic continues to have far-reaching and ever-changing effects on virtually every business in the world. As these implications relate to hiring new employees, they depend on such factors as location, industry, and the specific positions being filled.  To say it’s complicated is putting it mildly. And what stands true today may change tomorrow, as states, regions, and companies across the nation and globally prepare for Read more »

Tips for Conquering Those Sunday Scaries

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The Sunday scaries are those bad feelings you get on Sunday when you realize your weekend is coming to an end and tomorrow is Monday and back to work. Fortunately, there are many ways you can overcome those Sunday scaries and avoid getting up on Monday with an anxious mindset. Here at Chane Solutions, we recommend these tps.    Wake Up Read more »

Why Screening Your Contract Employees Will Be the Best Thing You Do

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The gig economy has exploded over the last few years. This means that more and more people are working at companies as contractors. While they may not be full-time employees that collect benefits and work in your office from 8 to 5, contractors can be invaluable for your organization.  You can reach out to them whenever you Read more »

What to Do With People Who Don’t Pass Your Background Check

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When you find a candidate who seems to be a great fit for an open position at your company, you hope they pass the background check so they can start as soon as possible. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen, and you may be interested in someone who has a criminal record. So, what should you 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 »

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 »