10/17/19

Understanding the Criminal Background Check Process

In a previous blog post, we defined what a criminal background check is (and what it includes).

Now, it's time to discuss the criminal background check process itself. Let's say an organization is interested in hiring an applicant, pending the outcome of a criminal history check.

What happens next?

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Scott Mogensen

Scott Mogensen
Scott Mogensen manages the Drug and Alcohol testing program. He has 11 years of experience in drug and alcohol testing and is an expert in DOT drug & alcohol compliance issues. As a Certified Substance Abuse Program Administrator (C-SAPA), he holds the highest credentials available for a program administrator.

Recent Posts

8/15/19

3 Important Considerations Before Choosing Your Drug Testing Partner

When it comes to evaluating drug testing providers, follow these three important reminders. (You can also download our comprehensive guide on how to choose an employee screening vendor.)

7/18/19

Instant Drug Testing vs. Lab-Based Testing: What You Need to Know

We field many questions regarding instant drug tests vs. lab-based testing. Below, our drug screening experts give our readers the scoop.

6/27/19

6 Tips for Creating a Drug Policy & Alcohol Policy

If you're launching an alcohol and drug testing program, it's imperative that you have a clear and comprehensive written policy. Here are six tips to guide you in its creation.

6/6/19

Random Drug Testing - Making the Case

If you conduct pre-employment drug tests, you might think that's enough, but the problem with pre-hire drug screenings is they capture only one point in time.

5/2/19

On-Site Drug Testing vs. Off-Site Drug Testing - Does it Matter?

The labels themselves indicate the obvious difference between on-site and off-site drug testing. But let's dig a little deeper.

4/18/19

Urine Tests, Hair Tests, and Oral Fluid Drug Tests - Which Should Your Company Use?

Let's talk about the specimen collected during a drug test: urine, oral fluid, or hair. While urine is typically the most common specimen that employers test, oral fluid (saliva) and hair have been gaining traction in recent years. Here are some things to keep in mind as you decide what's best for your drug-screening program.

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