ndex search, prior to the formal (ie: retained by a separate Screening Company); and something shows up, we could save ourselves and the client time & money.
Our candidates sign a release and authorization of investigation on our application. My question is; as most counties Criminal Record file is public information; are there legal ramifications to checking if this person has a record on file, instead of going through a formal background company, as an initial search?…
Added by Betsy Park at 2:24pm on September 16, 2011
manage certain aspects of their professional position. Lets consider some of the more sensitive positions - such as corporate security, government positions requiring clearance, etc. Would you like someone in those roles who has credit issues due to a gambling habit that could compromise their integrity if put in a certain position.
Do not misread, in a good deal of cases I believe their is little to no correlation at all. However when and how the screening tool is used is critical and one that I think needs to be measured in a more distinct manner. Certain positions where it directly correlates to the handling of finances, the access to confidential information, or something of the like makes sense. But for the average position, I believe it is not needed.
More importantly, the reason for the credit score must be weighed. One must be able to use cognitive ability to read through the score and see the reason behind it. If someone gets very ill, bad accident, etc. and has extreme medical bills - does that say anything about him/her? Absolutely not. More closely, it says nothing about their credit at all. I believe medical claims should be excluded from credit reports in their entirety since they have no bearing what so ever on the person involved.…
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