Minimize Risk with Background Screening

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Your employees are your biggest asset, and they also can be your biggest liability.  Without a consistent, structured hiring process including background screening for prospective employees, you put your business at risk.

Employees play a key part in the success of your business. One of the greatest risks to growing companies lies in the area of insider threats. The people you let in your organization can make or break your business and your brand. Unscrupulous employees may take advantage of your business in several ways:

  • Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Theft
  • Mismanagement of assets

A study by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) shows the primary reasons an organization conducts background checks on job candidates is “to reduce legal liability for negligent hiring,” followed by ensuring “a safe a work environment for employees,” and “to reduce/prevent theft and embezzlement” and other criminal activity.

Basic Background Screening webinar on 10/22

To underscore the importance of background screening and its effect on business success, we are hosting a brief webinar on Thursday, October 22, 2015 from 12:00 noon – 12:45 p.m. for business owners and managers.

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This online e-learning event is designed to make sure you are properly screening your workers, which will protect your bottom line in the process.

Presenter Nancy Lynn Roberts, Esq. is owner and COO of Trak-1, an NAPBS-accredited professional screening firm. She has served organizations since 1992 by putting operational, risk management, legal and business process systems in place to help strengthen their foundations.

Host Donna Meek is vice president of business development at Staff One.  Donna has more than 20 years’ experience in HR, benefits, workers’ compensation, payroll, and HRIS technology, and is a NAHU Certified Health Care Reform Professional who holds a Life/Health and Property/Casualty license in various states.

For more information on the webinar or background screening, call 405.830.0115 or email