There is a flaw in background screening. The process only captures a moment in time. Whether you screen someone as part of the pre-employment process or check on their background a decade after you’ve hired them, even the most effective background screening can only report on what’s on record at that moment.
The day after you conduct that screening, your employee or volunteer could get arrested for driving after two dozen beers or molesting someone, and you’d have no way of knowing about it.
Some organizations schedule follow-up screening at regular intervals. That’s a great idea, but once again, what if something happens in the interim?
Until now, the time between background checks created a potentially dangerous gap for employers. Now a service is available that closes the gap in background screening services.