Hiring the right employee can be a daunting and costly task for any company. At Master Security we offer
comprehensive background checks for pre-employment screening of applicants to assist employers in making confident
hiring decisions. A thorough report may include checks of:
~ Criminal Records – Employers are increasingly being held liable for their employees’ actions, especially if the
individual had a previous criminal record that the employer did not bother to check. We can check records at the
Federal, State, and, Local levels anywhere in the country.
~ Credit Histories - A Credit History search is an important step in establishing whether a potential employee can be
put into a position of trust with company accounts, monies, or expensive equipment. Heavy debt of an applicant may be
a preview of possible criminal behavior such as: theft, embezzlement, drugs, etc. Report shows history of accounts,
payments, bad or outstanding debts, liens, judgments, and bankruptcies.
~ Motor Vehicle Records - A company is liable for employees driving on company business, whether they are driving
their personal, or a company vehicle. Driving habits may also reveal drug and/or alcohol abuse and a person with a lax
sense or responsibility.
~ Verification of Previous Employment - Checking an applicant’s employment references is essential in determining
if that individual has falsified information pertaining to their previous work experience.
~ Education Verification - For the right price, any individual can obtain a degree, complete with transcripts, from an
institution, without attending a single class. Statistics indicate that 30% of job applicants falsify information about
degrees received and attendance dates.
|We offer some of the fastest turnaround times in the industry!
Master Security, Inc.
|Celebrating 20 years of Providing a
Higher Standard of Protection. 1997 ~ 2017
|26 S. Market Street
Girard, Ohio 44420
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