Smokers May Be Making Your Organization Sick

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Part 2 in the Series on a Smoking Ban for New Hires In HireRight’s Part 1 article, we discussed certain issues you should take into consideration before implementing a smoking ban on new hires in your organization. In this article, we’ll discuss the financial considerations associated with implementing a smoking ban in your organization that […]

What Health Care Providers Should Know Before Outsourcing Background Screening Duties

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The rapid growth of negligent hiring and negligent retention claims against health care organizations are financially devastating. Employers fighting these claims are almost guaranteed to lose, and lose big. Health care organizations have about a 75% losing rate with an average payout summing to over one million dollars per case of negligence. A case study […]

Health Care HR Managers Reveal the Top Five Ways They Leverage Screening to Achieve a Competitive Advantage

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HireRight’s Health Care Spotlight is a report based on survey respondents specific to that industry in the HireRight’s 2013 Employment Screening Benchmarking Survey. The Spotlight focuses on the hiring and screening practices in the health care industry and includes survey responses from managers and hiring professionals in hospital, acute care, primary care, long-term care, pharmaceutical, […]

Hiring Trends in Health Care Show High Demand and Heavy Competition for Talent According to HireRight Employment Screening Report

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Facing considerable competition for talent and addressing the ever-changing regulatory landscape continue to be top concerns for health care institutions, according to the HireRight Health Care Spotlight. Derived from the 2013 HireRight Employment Screening Benchmarking Report, the Spotlight focuses on the hiring and screening practices in the health care industry and includes survey responses from […]

7 Key Teammates Required for a Successful Background Screening Implementation

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Some of the most important assets that a health care organization has are its employees, vendors, and volunteers. These assets, however, are only as valuable as their qualifications. One of the most important is the ability to pass background checks. The Office of Inspector General (OIG), along with state and federal agencies, offers compliance guidelines […]