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How to Build a Dependable Workforce: Using Background Checks

ByBusiness.com Editorial Staff, Last Modified
Feb 16, 2012
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The most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report shows the slight increase in jobs in the month of January 2012, yet again making our ascent out of this recession a slow and painful one.  There are still many displaced workers but the increase in economic stability is creating jobs. If you are one of the lucky employers who has the ability to hire employees in this market, the advice herein will be a refresher on how to weed out those with less than desirable histories, and how to spot those who may be omitting or including things that just may not be truthful - and cost you a lot of money in the end.

If you think that digging into prospective employees' resumes, or even running a background check, before you find out the hard way. Hopefully this infographic will help you improve your hiring process so that you can build the best workforce possible for your business.

 

 

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