Your Guide to Background & Drug Screenings
The majority of employers (80-90%) conduct background checks.
Around 55% of employers test for illicit drug use on prospective employees - either after the final interview or upon initial job offer.
The primary benefit of pre-employment screenings is to help mitigate the cost of a bad hire by not only checking past criminal history and drug usage, but also checking if details stated on the resume are true and correct.
Statistically, around 32% of applicants falsify information on their resume and the average cost of a bad hire is $17,000.
Simply put, employers cannot afford to not conduct thorough background screenings. At an average package price between $10-$70 (depending on level of comprehensives) the long-term benefits of employment screening far outweighs the initial upfront costs.
In this guide you will learn:
- Different types of background and drug screenings
- Elements that make up a useful and comprehensive employment screening
- Which screenings are best for you and your industry
- Why you should be screening your employees
- Common background screening packages and solutions
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