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Tips On What You Should Do To Perform Top Background Screenings!

Hiring the right candidate takes more than the scan of a resume. For an employer to be sure about the candidate they are considering for hire, one must plan precisely and take into consideration all aspects that stem from a candidates application: experiences, interests, and deep passions. Smart Screen Tech is here to help you

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Always Double, Triple Background Check!

You’ve chosen your new employee, received all of the necessary signed paper work, and have completed a full background screening with positive results. Your workforce is continuing to grow with a safe foundation, right? – This may not always be the case. While the complete and thorough background check you performed provided safe results, reflected

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The Provocative Side of Fingerprints

         As we have always been taught, fingerprints can’t be copied. Each of our fingerprints is like a snowflake, no two are alike. If this is the case, and just as fingerprints are used to solve crimes, one can then assume they can, too, be used for background screenings. While the facts remain true

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Ban the Box Laws & The Fair Chance Policy – What You Need To Know!

Ban the Box Laws were adopted nationwide to ensure that an employer solely focus in on a candidate’s job qualification without any notion towards results of a criminal record along with any additional information in relation on a past conviction until proper hiring has been performed. These laws are active in over 150 cities and

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i-9 Forms & What You Need To Know!

Recent i–9 Forms: Purpose: The purpose of the Form I–9 is to correctly and lawfully validate an individual’s self and employment permission within the United States. For both citizens and noncitizens, it is required that employers guarantee proper completion by both parties of the I–9 Form.    For the Employee: When completing the Form I–9,

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Judicial Power and the State of Florida

It is crucial that individuals stay up to date not only with state laws, but with the overall format of a state’s judiciary system. The reason being is that many individuals on both sides, employer and employee, may find themselves in a court case. If the situation does arise, one should always have confidence in

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Know the State Laws

While Americans function under one nation, our state borders function on the contrary to separate individuals under specific laws. None the less, the possibility of a turnaround in laws and what is required in the work force is consistently present (specifically when the time for a new legislation approaches). For these reasons, HR departments should

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Beat the Crisis Before the Crisis Beats You

No industry is alike. Different job seekers target specific hiring qualities that correlate to the job at hand, and while employers work to seek out these specific traits, it is equally an employers duty to promise proper preparation for any possible multinational crisis. One example of the preparation that employees should expect from their employer

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Why Collecting Data is Important

Applicant hiring decisions should boil down to many factors that coincide with the research that the hiring employee has conducted: Background screenings, understanding of management, the process and expectations of career development and lastly, systems that provide us with succession planning options and outlets. Gathering such data can be time consuming, and even an obstacle.

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What Every Candidate Being Screened Should Know

Being told that a background check is being issued on you for employment purposes can be a nerve triggering experience, even if you have nothing to hide! Candidates never know what an employee may see that they dislike, or may harbor judgement towards. Here are a few things to always keep in mind when issuing

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