The Importance of Background ChecksWritten by Dani Martin
It is important for all businesses considering hiring someone to take critical step in performing a background check. It is estimated 30% of all resumes submitted to employers, has some falsified content. This content can vary from exaggerations to outright lies. The most common falsifications are usually located in education portion of resume.
Most businesses deal with sensitive information at some level. This may range from handling social security numbers, credit card information, drivers license information and other types of personal information. In order to assure clients and customers that their information is being handled properly, it is duty of business owner to take necessary step in getting a thorough background check on all employees. Personal and professional references are still a good method, however, they should not be relied upon solely. It should be obvious that prospective employees will give names of those who will give a good reference; background checks pick up where references stop – they will give you accurate and in-depth information regarding candidate.
i-BackgroundChecks.com tells us that background checks are available to cover a wide variety of areas. Drivers license, character references, personal acquaintances, education records, criminal records, court records, credit records and much more. It is also important to note that much of this is public information. In addition, employers should understand that according to Fair Credit Reporting Act, some information cannot be used in conjunction with a background check. Bankruptcies after 10 years and many other types of consumer information that is older than 7 years may not be reported. Criminal background, credit reporting, worker’s compensation claims and character references are just a few among a long list of types of background checks that are widely available. Employers should know laws in their specific state regarding what information is available for their specific needs.
Choosing the Appropriate Wedding SpeechWritten by Victoria Williams
Your wedding speech should match your speaking style and how you feel about Bride/Groom.
Pick Speech that Describes Bride/Groom There are so many wedding speech companies available, it is almost impossible to not find one that describes how you see him or her. Don't wait until last minute, or you will have to pay big for a custom made wedding speech. Make sure to think it through. Write down attributes you see in them and choose speech that includes those attributes.