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High Profile Screening & Executive Screening Services

High Profile Screenings Can Protect Your Brand

Ensure Your High Profile Candidates Portray an Accurate Image

High profile candidates may become the face of your company. With the image of your company riding on the image of a candidate, businesses need a complete picture of a candidate’s background.

Why Perform High Profile Screenings?

‘Background checks’ rarely yield the kind of information that reveals a candidate’s background actually matches what they portray in public. You need assurance.

Barada offers a screening methodology that gives you the confidence you need for your most important and highly visible employment opportunities.

The screening, Key Hire Research (KHR), uses time-tested processes to confirm, verify, validate and investigate the information high profile candidates claim about themselves.

KHR is the product of more than 35 years of experience in the Consumer Reporting and Investigative Consumer Reporting industries. It includes a comprehensive reference report, social media and traditional media audit.

KHR legally collects as much public information as possible on the candidate.

KHR utilizes the entire tool kit available to employers, including:

  • Professional and Developed Reference Reporting (conducted by professional interviewers)
  • Industry Leading Media Searches (to include social medial sources)
  • Application and Resume Validation (anything the applicant claims… we check it)
  • Industry Leading Public Information Search (all relevant public data repositories and all relevant names and alias’)

“We wanted an organization that had innovative and effective ways to improve the screening process. The staff at Barada have been very responsive. They understand how their services can assist us and will suggest creative solutions that meet the needs of the Archdiocese. We have been impressed with everyone from the human element on down.”

Ed Isakson, Human Resources Director, Archdiocese of Indianapolis