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Protect Your Business by Performing a Background Check

By Bruce Zhang

The success of a business endeavor involves a concerted efforts of financing, strategic planning, product design or service positioning, marketing, sales, and customer support. One of most important aspects of doing business is the people you deal with everyday - your employees, your partners and your competitors. Whether you are a small business owner or a human resource manager of a large corporation, you want to make sure that you hire responsible employees, you deal with trustful partners, and you may even want to learn more about your competitors.

It is a routine for corporations to perform background checks on their hiring prospects before they make a hiring decision. Background checks reveal more information than that you gain from resumes or face-to-face interviews. For some jobs, screening is required by federal or state law. Job applicants and current employees may be asked to submit to background checks. The recent emphasis on security has increased that likelihood.

Contractor fraud is at an all time high. Background checks help businesses to verify the identify and license of potential contractors. Contractor complaint search shields the lights on the reputations of the contractors you're dealing with.

1. What can you get from a background check report?

A background check report aggregates public records from many sources created by government agencies. Besides verifying the identify of an individual, a report usually includes: vehicle registration, credit records, criminal records, education records, court records, medical records, military records, state licensing records, and drug test records.

2. Who Conducts Background Checks?

There are many companies that specialize in employment background checks or pre-employment screening. Those companies range from employment screening companies to online data brokers. While an employment screening company may offer detailed and customized background checks at a premium, you can get instant background check reports from an online background check website at a much lower price. Large corporations often contract out the background checks to an employee screening company. Small business are likely utilize an online data brokers to get fast reports.

Copyright @2005, Bruce Zhang

You have permission to publish this article electronically free of charge, as long as the bylines and links in the body of the article and the bylines are included

About the author:
Bruce Zhang runs an IT and online marketing consulting business, and uses online resources for employee background checks http://www.crimcheck.com/and ( http://www.crimcheck.com/personalreports.htm) background check reports .

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