June 8, 2015
Why Hiring Based on Intuition Alone is Playing a Dangerous Game
No one wants to find themselves in the middle of a lawsuit, particularly not businesses with profits to acquire and employees to manage. However, some employers argue that they can sucessfully save a buck or two by foregoing criminal background checks on prospective employees and relying on intuition instead. Employment law experts say that intuition […]
January 23, 2014
Why didn’t you do a background check?
Pre-employment background checks are a must these days. I can’t come up with any reason why a company would NOT want to do them. In our company every day we see reasons why you would always want to look at the history of an individual before you hire them. Recently a Utah company made a […]
November 18, 2013
High Profile Businessmen Accused of Credential Fabrication
Former convicts face a difficult situation once they re-enter the workforce. Many companies do not hire felons or their hiring practices depend on what type of crime the ex-con committed. In Ohio, there are a number of companies that do hire ex-cons, thus giving these people the opportunity to become productive members of society again. […]
August 8, 2013
Do you use Peoplesoft?
Due to the awesome nature of our system we are able to integrate with most third party software. We have over 2 dozen integrations and the list is growing. PeopleSoft is one on our list and is a premier Recruiting Solution that provides recruiting and career search tools for candidates, recruiters, and managers. With […]
April 18, 2013
Criminal History Databases: How Accurate They Really AREN’T
Criminal databases are far from perfect. They are made to house records of burglaries, sex offenders, and illicit activity. Yet the same problem occurs here as with every other database – they are not 100% accurate. A professional background checker at Victig compares criminal databases to the “4G coverage maps you see from wireless companies… […]