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Q: What is an employment background check?
A: Background Check verifies a job candidate's resume and job application. Independent sources such as Criminal and Court records, Prior employers, educational institutions, Address Check,

Q: What is a criminal background check?
A: Criminal history files are searched for possible criminal records for an applicant. These criminal record searches are the core of any employment background check. Criminal record checks are the most common of all searches requested from A Matter of Fact.

Q: What can be included in a background check?
A: The basic searches ordered as part of most background checks are County Criminal Record Checks, Employment Verifications, and Education Verifications, Address Check, Drug check.
Q: What is the best background check?
A: The best background check is a comprehensive background check. A comprehensive background check allows an employer to verify those areas that are important to job performance, would impact the applicant's job qualifications, or could identify safety issues
Q: What shows up on a background check?
A: A Background Check shows the discrepancies between a candidate's claims and information reported by independent sources such as court records, prior employers, schools, and government agencies.

Q: Do errors occur in background checks?
A: Yes! Errors do occur in background checks. The information in a background check is created, compiled, filed, stored, retrieved, and reported by individuals who can make mistakes and computer systems that can fail to operate properly.

Q: Who does background checks?
A: Professional background screening firms like A Matter of Fact conduct the actual background checks for most private employers. Some large companies have internal corporate security departments. Most government entities use agencies such as the Vigilance.

Q: How to pass a background check?
A: Give a frank and honest explanation during the job interview of any past problems. Check your records, check your references, and check your web footprints
Q: How long does a background check take to complete?
A: Results are gathered from multiple sources and completed in one to three business days. The process may take longer because a few courts, employers, and schools are hard to contact or slow to respond. Results from these sources are usually back within a week.

Q: How far back do background checks go?
A: The most common employment background check requested by our clients is: A Criminal Record Checks for country in which an applicant lived, worked, and went to school, Employment Verifications for employers for which the applicant worked during their professional career and Education Verifications for all post high school education. However the full answer to the question is more complicated than that.

Q: What do employers look for in a background check?
A: Most prospective employers are concerned about discrepancies between what the applicant claimed and what is reported by schools, prior employers, etc. Most also watch for negative reports such as a bad driving record or a criminal history. It is wise for employers to attempt to verify anything that is important to job performance, would impact the applicant's job qualifications, or could impact the safety of the public, fellow employees, and customers.

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