We’ll answer them for you. And we’ll do it for free.
How many employment verification calls does your company get? Every day? Every week? Every month and every year? Do you know what can happen if these questions are answered wrong? Does your organization know how to answer verification calls legally?
Providing past employment information takes time. A lot of time. Is there a solution to take the responsibility for answering these calls and providing required information away from your employees and give it to someone else? Yes.
This article will explain how Pre-employ.com can answer these calls, provide accurate, timely and compliant information requested and do it at no cost to you.
At some point, you’ve received a call from one of your employee’s prospective landlord, auto lender or bank asking to verify employment and salary information. Answering one of these is usually not a problem. But, imagine having to answer many of these calls every day. Some companies might have to provide employment verification for hundreds if not thousands of employees over the course of a year.
HR departments waste a significant amount of company time and money answering employment verification inquiries as opposed to performing profitable work. Did you know that your HR staff could create legal liability if they release the wrong information?
As a FREE service for clients, Pre-employ.com will take your employment verification calls and provide the proper information that is requested. We make sure to meet compliance requirements and we also promise to protect the private employee information.
If you want to unburden your HR staff from having to answer employment verification questions and avoid the thorny and potentially costly issue of giving out the wrong employee’s information, take a tour of Pre-employ.com past employment services.
Along with employment verification, if you have any questions or concerns about your hiring practices request a free analysis of your hiring practices that can include reviewing your job applications, credit screening, I-9 compliance and more. Keeping your hiring practices in compliance is critical to avoid costly court appearances and fines. Pre-employ can help.