Don’t Risk Hiring Or Renting To Someone Until You’ve Checked Their Criminal Background Records
[Posted on Sep 27]
As an employer begins the process of hiring a new person to work for them, there are a number of things that must be done to ensure this individual is not only going to be a quality employee but someone that can be trusted. Most employers will verify information listed on a job application or resume, including calling former employers and references but by only doing research on the information that the potential employee has willingly provided, there’s a risk the person has purposely omitted something that may disqualify them from your consideration. That’s why many employers choose to access someone’s criminal background records with the help of AAA Credit Screening Services.
When you request a copy of a person’s criminal background records from AAA Credit Screening Services, we’re going to do a seven year criminal records search and then provide you with the information. And unlike many who offer these services, we’ll be sure that we’ve interpreted the findings and are explaining exactly what is being reported. We want to make sure that you’re able to make an informed decision based on the information we’ve provided and want to make sure there’s no confusion.
Employers aren’t the only ones that obtain criminal background records from AAA. Landlords and property managers request this information as well when they’re screening potential renters. In addition to the criminal check, many of the landlords that contact AAA Credit Screening Services also utilize one of our other background checks, such as tenant credit check. This information will tell you whether the person who is applying to rent your room or apartment has a poor rental history and should be avoided. Poor tenants typically have a history of being poor tenants and so it’s in your best interest a renter to make sure that you’re not putting anyone on your property that you’ll later regret.
With AAA Credit Screening Services, you can access information about an individual, whether you’re considering them for employment or as a tenant and in order to protect your company or property, it’s in your best interest to do so with a criminal background records check or other screening we offer. There’s nothing worse than hiring an employee that you’ve learned too late can’t be trusted and as a landlord, renting to someone that isn’t reliable simply causes headache after headache. These mistakes should be avoided by dealing with them before you’ve made a decision and in order to minimize your risk, that should be an informed decision.