Employment Screening

Hiring the best workers through background checks has many benefits: lower hiring costs, reduced turnover, protection of the company’s assets, protection against theft, violence, drugs, harassment, and lawsuits stemming from negligent hiring and retention.

Background Check Reports

  • Criminal record search
  • Federal criminal search
  • National database criminal records
  • Outstanding warrant search
  • Motor vehicle reports
  • Credit reports
  • Sex offender search
  • Education confirmation
  • Social Security number traces
  • Prior employer interviews
  • E-verify
  • Bankruptcy record search
  • Reference verification
  • Pre-employment (I-9) verification

Customer Service

  • Electronic report notification
  • 24 – 48 hour turnaround
At First Response, our staff has continuing education to stay current with applicable laws and compliance requirements associated with employment screening.

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Drug Testing

The US Department of Labor estimates that drug use costs employers between $75 – $100 billion dollars annually in lost time, accidents, healthcare and workers compensation fees. Many human resource and safety professionals agree that an effective drug testing program is essential to maintaining a safe and productive workplace.

Tests for drugs and alcohol

  • Instant test (oral fluids and cups)
  • Onsite and offsite drug testing (minimum number of employees required)

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