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GIS’ 2017 Retail Industry Background Screening Benchmarking Report

The 2017 Report provides retailers of all types valuable insight into the hiring processes of their competitors, helping them and their background screening processes remain competitive. “With the high turnover rate of the retail sector, businesses want to ensure that they are protecting their employees and assets without making too large of an investment.” Read […]


2017 All Industry Background Screening Benchmarking Report

Our GIS surveyed a widely varied pool of employers to generate the 2017 All Industry Background Screening Benchmarking Report which focuses heavily on the types of checks performed on specific types of positions, as well as a brief overview of the scope of the service. Read more


2016 PreCheck Pulse Healthcare Employment Screening Trend Report

Healthcare is an industry that relies on trust. Patients expect their providers to keep them safe, give them proper treatment, exercise the correct judgment in dispensing medication, protect their privacy and data, and work with them on financial matters with discretion and respect. Appropriate screening of all employees is a key part of building that […]


2017 HireRights Employment Screening Benchmark Report

HireRight released their 10th Employment Screening Benchmark Report. The report explores key issues, trends, and underlying business drivers affecting background check programs in U.S. organizations and compares these findings over the last decade. Read More


2017 – Sterling Talent Solutions Background Screening Trends Report

Sterling Talent Solutions surveyed 500+ U.S.-based employers on their use of background checks to gain key insights on emerging trends, technology and more. According to the survey, the consensus among organizations is that background screening is a critical business component and more than just a commodity. Read More


Rooting Out Jerks Is More Important Than Hiring Superstars, New Study Shows

Firing your worst employee is worth more than twice as much as hiring a superstar, claims new Harvard research. “While a top 1% worker might return $5,303 in cost savings to a company through increased output, avoiding a toxic hire will net an estimated $12,489.” And those figures don’t even include the costs incurred if […]


Survey  Results and Trend Reports on Background Checks

A collection of the annual background screening trend, benchmarking reports and employers background screening practices surveys from around the world.




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