Candidates History Check Service
Employers conduct background checks to ensure that they are not hiring someone who could be a liability or a threat to the workplace. According to a study, one out of every six candidates lies on their resumes. The candidate’s work history, educational qualifications, driving record, medical history, and criminal record are typically included in an employment background check.
Candidates’ social media accounts have now become a reliable source of screening information. Individuals can create profiles on SpringRole, for example, that are verified using blockchain technology. They can customize the profile by adding links to other profiles such as Twitter, GitHub, and Quora. They can also add meaningful endorsements to the profile, showcase projects in detail, and customize the profile by adding links to other profiles such as Twitter, GitHub, and Quora.
Employers are allowed to access background information on current and potential hires, but they must follow certain guidelines. They are as follows:
1. The candidate must be notified of the background check in writing. This is a separate document from the job application.
2. The applicant must consent to the background check in writing.
3. If a pre-employment check is required for employment, the company must make this clear in their written policies.
4. The employee has the right to know if background checks on their reputation, lifestyle, history, or character are being conducted.