A job candidate screening is an important piece of the hiring process. Though both high profile background screenings and background checks aim to provide more background information on candidates, there are some key differences between the two to make note of.
High Profile Background Screenings
High profile background screenings are most commonly used for job candidates entering executive roles within a company. These employees are often responsible for addressing the media, shareholders, clients, and more. Because of their presence within the organization, it’s important to take a deep dive into who the candidate actually is. These background screenings aim to help you hire the right executive candidate and minimize the risk associated with doing so.
Pre-employment background checks from Barada aim to verify education and work history, in addition to checking a candidate’s criminal history. You can even take our thorough background checks a step further and assess a candidate’s cognitive abilities or test for drugs and alcohol. Standard background checks and screenings, in comparison with high profile background screenings, are commonly used for filling lower-level positions within an organization. They’ll ensure that the information you have about a job candidate is accurate and up-to-date.