The right hiring decision can take profitability to the next level, but the wrong one can devastate a small business. Employment screening is a crucial part of the onboarding process, and pre-employment background checks can give you the information you need to make the right hiring decision.
Forgoing a background check can result in the wrong hire, leading to losses in productivity, customer dissatisfaction, and a decrease in company morale—all of which can impact your bottom line. The following infographic breaks down the return on investment of employment screening, using real numbers to show just how costly the wrong hiring decision can be:
ShareAble® for Hires can help you streamline your hiring processes. Better reduce the costs of turnover and improve productivity within your company by thoroughly vetting applicants. Traditional background check services don’t cater to small businesses; these solutions are typically catered towards companies with large-volume screening needs. ShareAble for Hires is an easy-to-use service designed specifically for small businesses with criminal background reports and credit checks for employment.
With a ShareAble for Hires account, employers can get:
- Immediate access to screening with no lengthy paperwork or on-site inspections.
- FCRA-quality reports delivered in minutes.
- Important information about your applicant including identity verification, criminal records, and financial history.
Our simple screening process takes the work out of pre-employment screening; simply provide the applicant’s email address and we’ll do the rest.
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