Before Starting A Job, You Must Pass A Background Check
View Your Report Before Employers Do So You Can Interview With Confidence
What Are Employers Looking For On Your Background Check?
Indicators Of Skill, Risk & Liability
- Government Sanctions
- Criminal Records
- Sex Offender Status
- Traffic Accidents & Tickets
- Healthcare Sanctions
- Social Media Content
Take Ownership Of The Information That Appears On Your Personal Background Check
Clarify Your Past
If you have any records, discover what is being reported and be prepared to explain what happened.
Get Errors Fixed
Errors can stop or even kill the hiring process, which is why it’s best to fix any before interviews begin.
Share Good News
If you have a clean report, share with recruiters and employers and post results to job boards and LinkedIn.
Sharing Your Personal Background Check With Employers Can Help You Get a Job
Stand out from other candidates who want the same job, giving you a distinct competitive advantage.
Employers value honesty. Sharing your background check is a unique and persuasive way to show how honest you are.
Providing your background check can help speed up the hiring process, saving employers time and money.
It can also help reduce an employer’s workload and everyone likes it when you make their job easier.