VeriScreen InsightsAt VeriScreen, we feel that it is important to educate our clients and prospective clients about the background screening industry. The VeriScreen Insights Page includes information regarding anything in the background screening industry. Please take a moment to read through some of the articles posted here to learn more about our industry. Also, please check back for more news and articles as we will update periodically.

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How an Applicant Tracking System Works

September 24, 2020
Anyone who has ever been in charge of hiring (or has applied to a job) knows that it’s a competitive world out there. Many major corporations see countless resumes every time they post a job. While some of these applicants... Read more »

The 10-Panel Drug Test Is Right for Your Office

September 24, 2020
Considerations When Implementing Workplace Drug Testing Everyone deserves a safe, healthy, and supportive workplace. And for most people, this means a workplace free of drug use. However, when implementing a plan--such as the 10-panel drug test--to keep harmful substances away... Read more »

Understanding HUD Screening Criteria

August 13, 2020
Housing assistance is one of the key ways that the government’s Housing and Urban Development (HUD) department helps underprivileged people find opportunity. With a hard-hit economy and limited resources, however, it’s not always easy to make sure that options like... Read more »

How the 10-Panel Drug Test Keeps Employers in Compliance with DOT Rules

August 13, 2020
The Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 mandates that all federal contractors and grantees must provide a drug-free workplace to receive a contract or grant from a federal agency. To adhere to these regulations, many employers require applicants and employees to... Read more »

Why More Daycare Centers and Schools are Using Background Screening Services

August 13, 2020
When someone applies for a position at a school or daycare center, several factors are essential when making any hiring decision. Sex offenders and violent criminals are ineligible to work at schools and daycare facilities, and all US childcare facilities... Read more »

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