5 Employment Background Screening Tips and Tricks – Ask a Private Investigator Show

On this episode of #AskaPIShow, Tim Santoni gives 5 tips that firms need to know for compliant employment background checks.

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2 thoughts on “5 Employment Background Screening Tips and Tricks – Ask a Private Investigator Show”

  1. So it is as simple as running a social security number trace for header information and then running local background checks in those area for the past however many years? And then you redact any information that might cause an adverse action before providing it to the company hiring?

    I work as a private investigator and am attempting to expand in this area but I know I have to comply with FCRA and am worried I am missing information that would allow me to provide a good employment or tenant screen.

    Your advice would be greatly appreciated.


  2. Great video, Tim. The advice here is very helpful. I had a quick question. Will a basic background check be able to discover pending charges of an applicant? Or is an advanced background check required to find pending charges? I want to be able to discover both convictions and pending charges. Any advice here would be much appreciated. Thank you. Keep up the video content.

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