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Criminal Records Take a Backseat in the Hiring Process

This month in Background Screening in the News, we will be delving into the role of criminal background checks throughout the country. Recently, there’s been a shift in how criminal records are viewed and how they should apply to job seekers. Many of the changes have seen criminal background...

CNet Technologies at 2019 STXHRS

Kevin Heath, CEO



Kevin Heath, CEO

CNet Technologies


Cnet Technologies Ranked in Mid-Size Program Leaders Temple, Texas: CNet Technologies ranks in all categories of the Midsize Program of the 2018 Baker’s Dozen rankings by HRO Today, the...

Background Checks: More Important Than You Think

Making sure that you are hiring the right candidates is more important now than ever. It’s difficult to calculate the costs of replacing an employee. Studies on the matter don’t much agree. However, it’s safe to say that replacing a bad hire can cost you at least 16% of that hire’s annual wage....

Freeing Up Human Resources

The responsibilities are endless, it seems. Interviewing candidates, managing training and onboarding, tending to employee concerns, conducting performance reviews and so forth. That’s just the routine functions. Let’s not forget that Human Resources is typically on the front line when things...

Criminal Background Checks: What is the Process?

Most hiring managers can agree that running a criminal background check on prospective new hires is a good idea. However, there are a variety of different options available to businesses looking to verify their applicants. Without a thorough understanding of the process, it is difficult to...

Background Screening in the News

Let's take a look at recent newsworthy articles that have affected the human resources landscape in the last several months.

How Often Should You Drug Test Your Current Employees?

Many companies use pre-employment drug screening as part of the smart hiring process. Pre-employment drug tests are usually administered within 24 hours of the contingent offer of employment and can help a company ensure they are hiring someone who does not abuse substances.

What Happens If You Skip the Background Check?

Does your company conduct pre-employment background screening and drug tests? Failing to screen new hires properly can be expensive. Beyond the cost of a bad hire, negligent hiring lawsuits can cost a business big, from thousands to hundreds of thousands of dollars. What happens if you skip the...

What is Drug Screening & What Does it Entail?

If you haven’t implemented a drug screening policy you might be wondering what exactly is drug testing, what does it entail, and is it a pre-employment screening option that will help your hiring efforts? Drug testing can identify candidates that use substances that would disqualify them from...

What Are Employers Looking For With Background Checks? 5 Common Pieces of Information

When you apply for jobs, it's likely your potential employers will run background checks before hiring you. Maybe you're familiar with the process, but you're unsure what exactly they are even looking for. Here are some common things employer background check services are checking for.

Why Background Screening Increases Productivity

The hiring process can involve much guesswork. Hiring managers use resumes, interviews, reference checks, and some intuition to try to find the perfect candidate for the job. Resumes can be falsified, and unqualified candidates might have mastered the interview.