Criminal Record Searches
Make sure that your work environment is safe with annual criminal record searches for employees. Searches are conducted at federal and state courts to obtain felony and misdemeanor information. In some states, a signed release or fingerprints are required.
Social Security Number Verification
Validate your employees' Social Security numbers to reveal additional names associated with the numbers. This is highly instrumental in detecting fraud.
Driving Record Searches
Check your employees' driving records annually with our help. This search identifies the status of a driver's license as well as any current violations. Signed releases are required in many states.
Employee Loyalty, Honesty, and Ethical Work Habits
This operation involves an investigator interacting or observing the suspected employee(s) while on the job. This tool is useful where there is repeated inventory shortage.
Surveillance is conducted by observing and filming the claimant's activity. The insurance provider confirms if any fraud is present. This is a cost-effective tool employers can use to help control their workers compensation loss ratio and experience modifier.
Surveillance can assist in controlling inventory shortage and with inventory shortage not covered by insurance, surveillance is a cost-effective way to control and deter employee theft.
Surveillance is used to reveal an employee's activities while working at or away from the premises. When the surveillance is conducted legally, the tapes can be used in a court of law.
When the potential employee signs the employment application, have him/her sign a release. This procedure allows you to legally check the candidate's criminal history. If the release in not signed, federal law prevents such investigations.
Blank spaces left on an employment application could be the first signs of potential defrauding of one's past.