EmployeeScreenIQ Weekly Wrap Up: August 23, 2013
August 23, 2013
It’s time for yet another Weekly Wrap Up! What did you miss on EmployeeScreenIQ’s blog this week? Earlier this week, Nick wrote about a Today Show story focusing on the importance of background checks for in-home service workers. Check out Home Service Workers Without Background Checks: A Recipe for Disaster to find out why this is such a crucial need. We also shared another EmployeeScreenIQ original video this week, What Does a Background Screener Really Do? Ever wonder what a background screener’s job really is? Our panelists reveal some key responsibilities of a background screener’s job in this video. And lastly, we shared a post with specific recommendations for background checks in the airline industry. Read Employment Background Screening Is An Essential Tool for the Airline Industry for background screening best practices in this industry. And as always, check out our blog for additional posts.
There’s a certain vulnerability we all feel when letting a stranger into our home, but sometimes you have no choice. If you’re like me, you can barely change a light bulb, so when the wash machine breaks or the air conditioning goes out in the middle of the summer, you’re likely to call a company to come fix it. Read More
Have you ever wondered, what does a background screener do? In this roundtable discussion, Kelly, Jason, Kevin, and Angela each provide their perspective about what a background screener really does, each of them having worked in the industry for many years. Read More
At a cruising altitude of 30,000 feet, airline passengers want to rest easy knowing that they are in good hands and will safely make it to their destination. They trust the airline they have chosen is taking all precautions to make sure that happens from the way they maintain their aircraft to the training of their employees. Read More