Our access to resources unavailable to the public enables us to help you prevent unpleasant surprises. Hiring the wrong people can be costly to both your bottom line and your reputation. Whether a maid, nanny, or contractor, you need to know who comes into your home. Beyond any references they name, we check to ensure you that they are worthy of your trust. Peace of mind is invaluable.
When handling business situations, it is imperative to be proactive as opposed to reactive. You never want to say to yourself “I wish I would have checked first” or “I never saw this coming”. Find out who you are hiring before they become part of your work circle. Make certain that this employee does not have a history of violence, identity theft, or other liable traits.
At Beau Dietl & Associates, our specialized investigators and research analysts are experts at uncovering any potentially threatening information that could prove disruptive to your workplace. Thanks to our unlimited resources and trained professionals, we provide supported evidence of a person’s history to reveal whether they meet your company’s standard.
The following listed below are a few extensive measures we take when researching an employee’s past:
- Address history
- Eviction Reports
- Education verification
- Driving Record
- Financial History
- Professional Licenses Report
- Reference Verification
- Warrant Searches
- Employment Verification
- Workers Compensation History
- Unemployment History
- Sex Offender Searches
- Criminal Background check
It is more efficient to take the appropriate steps in order to avoid possible discrepancies, then to waste time and money following an unfortunate event. Call us now to help you prevent and alleviate any potential threats to your business.
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