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Monday, May 20, 2019

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Are Your Employees on Santa's Nice List?

Are Your Employees on Santa's Nice List?

A lot can happen over the course of the year, which is why we encourage our customers to routinely run background checks on employees; once at the time of hire is simply not enough. A periodic re-check can identify situations that may have occurred since the date of hire (like a criminal offense or DUI). In order to maintain a safe work environment and prevent liability issues, it is imperative for employers to establish an annual background screening process for their company.

Whether you need criminal record checks, drug and alcohol screening, driving records, OIG/GSA reports or verifications, OPENonline has the solution.

Don’t miss out on the year end opportunity to run the OPENonline Federal Exclusion OIG/GSA Batch

For those of you in the health care industry, it's that time of year again: end of the year audits. To assist in this process, we are offering the OPENonline OIG/GSA One Batch Report with a 15% discount. This report allows you to easily run a large group of employees at one time. Results are returned in a concise, easy-to-read report.

Do you have a policy in place? Do you have questions on how this would work? Do you want more information? Call one of our US-based, FCRA Certified, Safe-Hiring Background Specialists now: 1-614-304-3862. Our Specialists are available between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST. contact us now.

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