We understand how valuable background check information is during your hiring process and ensures you receive complete and holistic views at your candidate's history in complete and comprehensive reports in a timeframe you expect. Here's what you can expect from CareerBuilder Employment Screening's employment, education and license checks.
This report is compiled by contacting employers for dates of employment, position, salary, rehire eligibility and any additional information that HR will share. It provides verification from a credible source such as Human Resources records.
In-Depth Employment Verification
This report is compiled by contacting employers using a two-step process that includes an HR employment verification and supervisor/business reference interview. This report provides verification of dates of employment, position, salary and rehire eligibility from a credible source. The second contact is a non-HR interview on past/present job performance including questions regarding customer/employee relations, compliance with company policies, challenges in managing, reason for termination, job performance rating, and contact's personal overview. This report assists in avoiding negligent hiring litigation.
Professional Employment Verification
This report is compiled by contacting previous employers using a two-step process that includes an HR employment verification and supervisor/business reference interview. This report provides verification of dates of employment, position and salary from a credible source. The second contact is an interview on past/present job performance including questions regarding customer/employee relations, compliance with company policies, challenges in managing, technical and organizational skills, areas excelled and areas of needed development, ability to meet deadlines, reason for termination, rehire status, job performance rating and interviewee's personal overview.
DOT Employment Verification
This report verifies information required by the Department of Transportation (DOT). A DOT compliance report provides verification from current and former employers of dates of employment during the mandated time frame and responses from appropriate questions asked regarding the DOT Drug/Alcohol Test Results.
This report is compiled by contacting references for a business reference interview. Aurico offers additional options to expand verifications, allowing you to “dig deeper” in evaluating candidates for hire.
This report is a two-step process that verifies information received from a particular branch of the U.S. Military. Attempts are made to contact military personnel for a performance interview. Step one provides basic information received from a U.S. military source such as dates of enlistment, job title/rank, pay grade and type of discharge. Step two attempts to interview appropriate military personnel for a performance interview including questions regarding people relations, compliance with policies, challenges in managing, job performance rating, and interviewee's personal overview.
This report verifies high school diploma, GED, college degree or college enrollment for one institution. All education verifications are electronically routed to an Education Research Administrator in the employment/education research department. The application and resume are reviewed to determine the appropriate school to verify based on the client's protocol. If no specific protocol is set, the highest degree earned will be verified.
Professional License Verification
This search verifies license/certifications earned or awarded. It also verifies date received, status, standing, expiration date, and any other pertinent information.
Medical Exclusion Report (Health and Human Services/Office of the Inspector General)
This report searches sanctions and actions related to the medical industry. Data sources include federal and state agencies including the FDA, GSA, State HHS equivalents and more.
Financial Administrative Action Report
This report searches eight data sources for any records of sanctions or actions against an individual: FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation), FRB (Federal Reserve Board), NCUA (National Credit Union Administration), OCC (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency), OTS (Office of Thrift Supervision) and SEC (Securities Exchange Commission), as well as FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) and the NFA (National Futures Association).
Government Excluded Parties List
This is a report that searches the Federal Excluded Parties' List system for sanctions and administrative actions taken against individuals and companies. Entities on the list are normally barred from working on Federal contracts or sub-contracts.