Post-Hire Monitoring

Employee Re-Screening

The Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) estimates that more than 75% of employers in the United States conduct some degree of background screening. However, most background checks are conducted pre-employment or as new hires begin work.

While pre-employment screening is an effective tool to help reduce workplace violence, employee theft, and negligent hiring liability, it is just a snapshot in time. How do you learn about the misconduct of employees that may occur after a pre-employment background check?

Protecting Your Investment

Current employees may present an even greater risk than job applicants. You’ve invested time and money to recruit, on-board, and train employees. Furthermore, they already work on your premises, have access to company property, and may interface with customers, vendors, and the general public as a representative of your organization.