Kyle Ginter_ Reasons for Conducting a Background Check

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Kyle Ginter understands the background check to be an essential resource of information for employers.

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Kyle Ginter R E A S O N S F O R C O N D U C T I N G A B A C K G R O U N D C H E C K

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I N T R O D U C T I O N Kyle Ginter knows the value of an employee background check having worked with and managed a variety of individuals over the course of his career. Background checks not only help employers verify a prospect’s credentials and experience they also help in terms of:

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A V O I D I N G L A W S U I T S The ongoing looming threat of negligent hiring lawsuits – those that result from employee actions that hurt others – is one reason employers may perform such a screening.

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V E R I F Y I N G I D E N T I F I C A T I O N Background checks are great at identifying inconsistencies in employee information though they can also be effective at eliminating fraud.

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A V O I D I N G F U T U R E S C A N D A L Kyle Ginter is aware of the value a background check holds when hiring or vetting high-profile executives and directors – those that face a higher degree of scrutiny and media attention.

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M E E T I N G L E G A L R E Q U I R E M E N T S Employee screening is required by federal and/or state law when filling certain positions.

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