What Your Future Employer Really Wants to Know About You

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Finally! You just got an offer for your dream job, and now there’s just one more step to go: a background check. Why does your future boss feel the need to conduct these checks? Do they think you’re a secret spy or a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

While background checks may reveal criminal convictions, they can also provide other types of insight into a candidate beyond what’s on their record. A seasoned HR professional can use these key pieces of information to form a deeper understanding of a candidate.

The following may provide insights that your future employer might glean from your background check:

Read the full article on ChelseaKrost.com

Remember, the principal reason employers conduct background checks is to ensure workplace safety and help, not hinder you, from getting the job.

Sabrina Lu

Sabrina Lu is a professional writer based in the Orange County area with a degree in Writing from San Francisco State University. Although technical writing was the focus in her studies, Sabrina also enjoys creative writing and the various forms of expression. She values strong opinions and is always interested in learning about different perspectives. Her free time is usually filled with sandy beaches, fluffy animals, fusion foods, and the latest beauty trends.

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