Some of the tools we provide
HR Preferred uses an address history search, often referred to as a Social Security Number Trace, which is the key to a successful criminal background check. It provides you with a road map of where your candidate lives, has lived, and if they’ve used an
alternative or alias name.
HR Preferred’s County Criminal Search provides you with access to over 3,100 counties across the United States, which keeps a record of most criminal records that might be of concern to employers. This search provides you with the most up-to-date public criminal information available.
HR Preferred’s Multi-State Criminal Search provides you with a criminal database searching billions of criminal records across multiple states. This search can help you uncover records you may have missed otherwise.
HR Preferred’s Federal Criminal provides you with access to 94 US Federal District courts that maintain federal criminal records. You can find the following types of criminal records at the federal level; mail fraud, drug trafficking, embezzlement, kidnapping, among others.
HR Preferred verifies the employment information that your candidate has provided. There are many instances where candidates will have their unique versions of their previous employment.
HR Preferred provides you with access to educational institutions throughout the US to verify the education accomplishments your candidate shares with you. Candidates have been found to inflate their degrees and achievements to earn the spot you are looking to fill.
Our healthcare clients have a lot on their plate. We help them avoid civil monetary penalties and payment recoupments by ensuring they are not employing an excluded or unlicensed individual.
HR Preferred procures your candidate’s driving history from the state in which they hold a driver’s license. Mitigate the risk for your team members that drive a company vehicle or their own personal vehicles for work purposes.
HR Preferred offers Lab-based drug testing services throughout the US to screen candidates for the possible use of illicit drugs. Lab-based testing has a better chance of being upheld when challenged.
If an employer takes an adverse action based on information learned from a background check, the employer has a responsibility to provide a pre-adverse and adverse action letter to the candidate informing them of the findings and their rights. HR Preferred assists clients with fulfilling their adverse action obligations.
HR Preferred provides US employers with the electronic capability to complete the i9 forms. Additionally, HR Preferred can assist employers required, or who have elected, to use the E-Verify system.
Availability varies and is subject to change, contact your rep for updated coverage.