Last month I posted a blog titled "Recruiting, How to do it Better and Safer" In it I listed why employers typically engage in a pre-employment screening program and why choosing a licensed private investigator who is a CRA would be beneficial. The question that begs to be asked is, what to look for when selecting a private investigation agency or employment agency and what will the final report include? After all your client expects you to get the right person the first time:
The agency must be consumer reporting agency which means they are Federal Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Drivers Privacy Protection Act (FCRA) and HIPPA compliant. Just what does that mean? The agency must provide the applicant with FCRA Authorization for the Release for the Procurement of a Com sumer and/or Investigative Consumer Release forms, provide Authorization of Protected Health Information release from, FCRA Consumer Summary, and Drivers Privacy Protection Information Release forms ( this is very important if you are hiring a person who will be operating company vehicles. In addition:
Once you have such an agency on board the rest is easy, just submit the application and review the results. If you have any questions, we are always available.