For many years, Human Resource professionals have made it a growing priority to manage as much of their hiring processes as possible through a single HR system. Last decade, integrations were a “nice-to-have.” Today, however, integration capabilities are a crucial part of nearly every bid for HR services, and have become a hard requirement in order to do business. Choosing a background screening partner is no exception.
We know hiring has changed - probably forever. But why?
We're reminded daily that the way people want to work has taken a dramatic turn. Thanks to more remote work options, the rise of the gig economy and contingent work opportunities, and the after-effects of pandemic-driven disruption, workers across the world have been re-evaluating how, where, and when they want to work. In addition, because many workers have more employment choices than ever before, organizations in all industries and regions have been facing a variety of hiring challenges.
The COVID-19 pandemic offers us a glimpse of the future, today. It’s forced us to rethink old ways of doing business, and to recognize that it’s time, perhaps past time, to embrace modern approaches to hiring, onboarding, and employing our most treasured asset, people. And it all starts with identity verification.
In case you missed the webinar on "Background Screening 101" hosted by Sterling, you can view the On Demand version HERE. To follow-up the webinar, in this post Sterling reveals the typical questions asked by employers and give practical answers needed to help develop a thorough screening program.
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Finding the right person to join your team can be a tough search. The job description may list technical skills and required work experience, but every candidate brings their own combination of interests and capabilities that might serve the position best.
Originally posted by Sterling on their Blog.
Finding, screening, hiring and retaining top talent is not as easy task in any industry, but in healthcare managing all necessary verifications, screenings and monitoring, while keeping abreast of changing compliance regulations can be a nightmare.