The Koleman Group LLC

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New hire screening has become the norm for many businesses. Over forty percent of businesses use some sort of background screening process for screening candidates. With the job market being as frail as it is, a large percentage of applicants will not be as candid, which can lead to desperate conditions in gaining employment. Pre Screening will help a company identify candidates who may have troubles problems in the past. Pre-employment screening is a process that allows employers to verify information such as education, prior job history and performance. In addition the screening process can uncover important information about a candidate's prior behavior which can help an employer assess potential activities posed by a candidate. Behaviors can include substance abuse, driving records, credit history and bankruptcy, and criminal convictions Benefit: Better Candidates Lead to Better Employees Utilizing Pre Screening improves the quality of a hire, candidates are more likely to present themselves candidly. Equally important the announcement will encourage some high risk candidates with criminal backgrounds to eliminate themselves. Benefit: Improve Safety and Security Pre Screening is a reduction in non-violent employee misconduct in the workplace. Non-violent employee misconduct can include theft of company or customer assets, fraud, drug possession or solicitation, and identity theft or other confidential information abuse. It also identity applicants who have a track record of non-violent, but damaging acts of misconduct in the workplace. Benefit: Reduction in Risk of Negligent Hiring There is a great degree of risk in negligent hiring. Negligent hiring is a legal theory under which employers are held responsible for injuries caused by their employees. The employer is held liable even if they are not aware of the employee's history. Benefit: Reduce Drug/Alcohol abuse Substance Abuse Screening can reduce and create safety and health hazards. Business need to be aware of potential health hazards, liability, turn-over and other situations that impact the business. Drug screening is one of the best investments of both time and money available to employers in the use of drug testing. According to research conducted by the Federal government, General Accounting Office in Washington, private sector drug testing programs recognize major benefits when implementing a proper employee drug testing program. Benefits include: Improving Workplace Safety. It only makes sense employees under the influence of drugs or alcohol are at greater risk of injury both to themselves and others. Driving, operating equipment, working with the public and even routine tasks become potential liabilities when an employee is taking drugs or drinking. Increasing Productivity. Obviously employees are not at their best if they are taking drugs or drinking on the job but don't assume your business doesn't have a problem simply because you don't see it or it takes place after work. Employees that routinely use drugs may experience side effects hours or even days later. Curbing Illegal Drug Traffic. Employees that routinely use drugs eventually seek drugs. Don't let your business become frequented by the type of employee that is buying or selling drugs. Instead, create an atmosphere of safety where workers are comfortable with the job and one another. Reducing Employee Medical Costs. It's a fact employees that use illegal drugs or routinely drink to excess have a much greater rate of health problems than their co-workers and peers. Drinking and drug use is associated with higher rates of injury, heart disease, high blood pressure and a host of other medical conditions. Even worse, drug users and heavy drinkers tend to remain in the hospital longer, heal slower and experience more complications than their non-drug user counterparts. Reduce Absenteeism and Turn-Over rates. Research has repeatedly found that employees that use drugs or drink heavily are more inclined to be tardy or absent from work than their co-workers. Likewise, drug users experience higher rates of illness, injury, incarceration and other life events that frequently lead to job loss. Federal or State Regulations. Many state and federal agencies require routine drug testing for all employees and contractors. Common examples include the Department of Transportation, Department of Defense and the Department of Energy. Lower Workers Compensation Claims. The escalating price of insurance including Workers Compensation is a major consideration for business owners large and small. An employee drug testing program may not eliminate your Workers Compensation premium increase but it can help hold the rate steady by decreasing the risk of accidental injury or accident.


No. Conducting a background check is based on business or individual needs. There is no one size fits all when it comes screening.


Turnaround time is 72 hours depending on the service. However, employment verification can take up to 2 weeks or longer.


Criminal background check consists of but not limited to the following: County Criminal Records Check (felony & Misdemeanor) Federal Criminal Record Check Nationwide criminal Check National Wants & Warrants Sex Offender Registry Check Global Homeland Security Search and much more


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