Workers' Compensation History
Used to Identify Potential Safety Risks
Background Bureau collects information at a state level for reports of injury and claims. The Worker’ Compensation Report will include…
Time Off Work Due to Claim Injury
We offer Workers’ Compensation in the following states…
Why Background Checks?
Because some people are a risk to your employees, customers, business, and reputation!
Protect Employees, Customers, Reputation, and Assets
Obtaining a criminal history can uncover violent behavior, sexual offenses, drug abuse problems, and theft offences.
Obtaining a credit history can reveal a person who is in great need and need is one of the biggest reasons people steal.
Obtaining a workers' compensation claim history can identify prior injuries that could be aggravated later and potentially increase your insurance premiums.
Obtaining a driving record can reveal alcohol abuse problems that could result in poor performance, as well as, increased medical costs and absences.
Obtaining a drug screening identifies drug abusers who may be a liability to other people and your operations.
Prevent Applicants From Misrepresenting Themselves
In an attempt to conceal problems, an applicant could provide false identifiers to have you run a check on a different person's history. Identitrace® verifies and confirms their identity. It also reveals other areas they've lived or worked and their right to work.
Verification of education, prior employment, licenses, and degrees shows the integrity of a applicants statements, give employers a true track record, and ensures that an applicant can work legally in a particular position.
Prevent Poor Performance and Quick Turnover Rates
Obtaining a credit history could uncover problems that indicate an inability to stay on the job or to concentrate.
Obtaining a driving record could indicate alcohol problems and the degree to which this person is inclined to follow the rules.
Obtaining drug screenings could identify those who have habits that can result in accidents, injuries and increased absenteeism.
Prevent Future Tenant Problems and Evictions
Obtaining a criminal history can uncover sexual offenses that could put other tenants at risk.
Obtaining a credit history could uncover credit problems that indicate a likelihood of future collection problems or evictions.
Obtaining a past evictions history will indicate a likelihood of future evictions.
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