|Criminal History Report: Felony and misdemeanor
criminal case records are researched at the applicable county
Benefits: Reveals whether applicant has criminal case information that
may be relevant to the employment decision. Reduces negligent hiring
exposure, threat of workplace violence, theft, accidents, and related
Employment Verification Report: A verification of the applicant’s
previous employers during the past five years. The information can include dates of employment, position, salary/wages,
skills, attendance, performance and productivity, disciplinary action,
attitude, eligibility for rehire, and reasons for termination.
Benefits: Validates the accuracy and credibility of information provided
by applicant. Determines employment gaps and identifies embellished,
exaggerated or falsified information and/or claims.
Education Verification Report: Confirmation of the applicant’s degree
earned and dates of acquisition. The information obtained may include
dates of attendance and degree earned at the designated institution.
Benefits: Validates the applicant’s education credentials. Determines
knowledge level and training of the applicant
and identifies falsified information.
Personal Reference Check Report: Verification of the applicant’s
personal references. The information may include relationship, length of
time, capacity, general background and character related information,
suitability for the job, and other potential reference sources.
Benefits: Provides valuable insights into the character, integrity and
interpersonal aspects of the applicant.
Civil History Report: Non-criminal case records are researched at
the applicable county jurisdiction(s).
Benefits: Reveals whether applicant has liens, judgments, child support
negligence, bankruptcy, employer suits, and other civil suit information
that may be relevant to the employment decision.
Motor Vehicle Report: Provides pertinent information which varies by
state on license status, license class, expiration date, date of birth,
physical description, address, social security number, and violations
within the past three to seven years.
Benefits: Provides insight into applicant’s level of responsibility.
Discloses potential alcohol/drug related problems. Reduces negligent
hiring exposure, accidents,
and insurance cost.
Federal Court Report: An inquiry of federal public records of the
district court in the applicable state(s).
Benefits: Reveals whether applicant has federal criminal and/or federal
civil suit information that may be relevant to the employment decision.
Social Security Number Trace Report: Provides available name, address,
and telephone number for the Social Security Number used including
aliases or other users.
Benefits: Verifies the identity of the applicant and reveals previous
names and addresses to be used in conjunction with criminal and civil
records searches. Identifies fraudulent activity in connection with the
Social Security Number.
Credit History Report: Confirms the applicant’s name, social security
number, and address. May also reveal marital status, past address,
present and past employers, dates employed, and position held. Reveals
the applicant’s financial history including garnishments, divorce, child
support, bankruptcy, and civil suit information.
Benefits: Provides a financial profile, revealing fiscal responsibility.
Uncovers pertinent public records such as collections, lawsuits,
bankruptcy, liens, judgments, and civil suit information. Reduces risk
of fraud and theft for positions involving cash and/or the exercise of
Professional License Verification Report: Verifies
status of a professional license or certification in a given profession
with the applicable state or local agency.
Benefits: Validates the applicant's professional licenses, credentials
and/or certification. Ensures applicant has met the profession’s
standards and protects the employer from unlicensed or sanctioned
Workers’ Compensation Report: A history of Workers’ Compensation claims
by an applicant (not available in
Benefits: History of claims may indicate a trend in work related
injuries and a pre-existing condition to current employment or both.