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Verification Services

Identity Verifications are Key


Confirm the information provided on a resume and/or job application.

Unfortunately, not all applicants are totally honest about their qualifications and may make some slight or even egregious misrepresentations of their educational and professional backgrounds. According to a 2014 Employment Screening Benchmarking Report, 88% of respondents reported that background screening has exposed a person who lied on a resume.

Verification services, which include checking employment histories, educational degrees, and professional licenses, can help employers ensure that applicants have the qualifications and backgrounds you require for an open position.

Verification Services:

Previous Employment Verification
Verifies previous employers in compliance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin rules under sec. 391.23 Qualifications of Drivers. Verifies employment history, drug and alcohol history and accidents & incidents. Additional information obtained: reason for leaving & eligibility for rehire, dates of employment, title, and performance.
Education Verification
Confirmation of applicant's highest level of education. We will verify dates of attendance, major areas of study and degree earned.
Personal Reference Verification
Important for affirming applicant's claims of dependability, integrity and character through contact with business and personal references.
Professional Credential Verification
With access to billions of public and proprietary records, HR TruCheck can help you verify the licenses and credentials of professionals, quickly and easily. Whether you need to validate the license of a health care provider or the credentials of a vendor, DSI can provide the information you need.
Office of Inspector General (OIG) Sanctions List
An OIG exclusion has national scope and is important to many institutional health care providers because the Congress of the United States established a Civil Monetary Penalty for institutions that knowingly hire excluded parties. Accordingly, the OIG maintains the List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE), a database which provides information to the public, health care providers, patients and others relating to parties excluded from participation in the Medicare, Medicaid and all Federal health care programs.
GSA's Excluded Parties List
Identifies those parties excluded from receiving federal contracts, certain subcontracts, and certain types of federal financial and non-financial assistance and benefits.
Previous Employment References
The information obtained by the interviewer may include but is not limited to: dates of employment, title, eligibility for rehire and reason for leaving.
Worker's Compensation History
Identifies worker's compensation claims against an applicant’s past employers from a statewide search available in most states. Statewide search which may provide the injury description, injury date, filing date, weekly compensation rate, and the compensation time frame. The information enables employers to avoid placing employees in positions that may pose a risk of re-injury and to identify habitual claim filers. Searches identify the five (5) most recent events and include case numbers, locations, case status, injury dates, body parts injured, type of injury, and all party information, including lien claimants. This search is helpful in identifying fraudulent claims by an employee as to previous workplace injuries. (Not available in all states.)
Office of Inspector General (OIG) Sanctions List
An OIG exclusion has national scope and is important to many institutional health care providers because the Congress of the United States established a Civil Monetary Penalty for institutions that knowingly hire excluded parties. Accordingly, the OIG maintains the List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (LEIE), a database which provides information to the public, health care providers, patients and others relating to parties excluded from participation in the Medicare, Medicaid and all Federal health care programs.
Office Of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
The Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") of the US Department of the Treasury administers and enforces economic and trade sanctions based on US foreign policy and national security goals against targeted foreign countries, terrorists, international narcotics traffickers, and those engaged in activities related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. OFAC acts under Presidential wartime and national emergency powers, as well as authority granted by specific legislation, to impose controls on transactions and freeze foreign assets under US jurisdiction.

Hire with Confidence

HR TruCheck is also comfortable working directly with applicants themselves to help substantiate claims. Getting applicants directly involved in the verification process often helps speed it along. We allow them the opportunity to provide us directly with documentation like paystubs, tax records, or diploma copies, which helps expedite results or, in many cases, serves as the necessary proof we need to complete the search.

Verification services help avoid the potentially disastrous consequences of hiring someone who does not meet the stated qualifications for an open position. An unqualified new hire may not be able to perform necessary job requirements, which could negatively impact individual and organizational performance, not to mention overall revenue.

When we do involve an applicant, we understand the sensitivity involved and the need to keep their experience top-of-mind throughout the entire screening process, which is why we offer value-added solutions tailored specifically for them.

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