What You Need to Know About Background Checks for Remote Workers
With more people working remotely these days, normal tasks involved in the hiring and onboarding process can become challenging and oftentimes overlooked. From verifying ID's and documentation to conducting background checks. As Jared Rosenthal states in a recent article, it is easy for background checks to fall into the "out of sight, out of mind" category, particularly if you can't meet new hires in-person during the interview process. But it is important for employers to remember that it's their responsibility to ensure that new hires do not pose a threat to the company and its current employees. You can see the full article by clicking here.
To learn more about a virtual hiring process, check out our recent post on Virtual Interviewing Tips. You can also download The Angus Group's free guide.