Employee screening shouldn’t end when an applicant has been hired. Rescreening and continuous monitoring can ensure the safety of the work environment is maintained. Rescreening, or rerunning one of the initial checks done as part of the hiring process, can tell an employer whether an employee has done something in the interim period between screens that may have an impact on the workplace. This type of screening includes a person’s driving record, criminal record, social media use, or drug and alcohol habits. Continuous monitoring, on the other hand, provides real-time information that can help identify threats that might jeopardize the business and brand.