ats integration virtual documents

Start with background screening implementation and hold ATS integration for Phase 2. Identifying process improvements or cost savings for an employer background screening process can many times be the catalyst for changing screening providers. However, the actual program rollout often  relies on a cross-functional team including IT. Relying on your internal IT teams for Applicant…

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Oh, 2020. Where do I begin? It would be difficult to say anything that hasn’t already been said, but here’s an angle that’s probably on the road less traveled… Thank you, 2020. That’s right. Thank you. Remember, the blog title is Giving Thanks. On the surface, it might seem challenging to find gratitude amidst the…

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It’s often painful, but it doesn’t have to be. If you shorten the onboarding cycle, I strongly believe you can reduce the stress. In more than 17 years I’ve onboarded my fair share of customers, ranging from employers who conduct one or two checks per year, to those requesting hundreds or thousands per month. We’ve…

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black lives matter protest in milwaukee wisconsin

Following the murder of George Floyd, CEO Andy Gallion encouraged the InCheck team to take action against racism, and he shared personal examples. Here’s an excerpt from one of Andy’s internal memo’s. I began my week with action. My wife Kim and I talked openly and honestly with our girls about George Floyd, riots, and…

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2019 has been the third leg of a three-year journey that in 2017 we named InCheck 2.0. That was us, after 14 years of slow and (mostly) steady growth, coming of age with a vision for a new organization. A vision that matched the company we had not only become, but also the one we…

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school graduates standing in front of school throwing their graduation caps in the air

Yesterday, I was asked by a Verification Services team member to obtain a $3 money order needed to obtain a high school diploma verification from the Dallas Independent School District. Last week, we mailed a diploma verification request to Chicago Public Schools. Next week it might be Edison Township Public Schools requesting a $5.00 cashier’s…

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Well, 2018 certainly went by quickly! As I get older, the years are certainly going by faster. 2018 is in the books and we’re already at a full sprint in the new year. Side note – at what point is the year no longer “new?” I’ve always wondered… At this time last year InCheck had…

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Conducting volunteer background checks is just as important as any other background check process in an organization. Screening volunteers before bringing them into your organization is critical to maintaining your organization’s safety and positive reputation. However, since volunteers are not employees, managing volunteer background checks can lead to some confusion. Below are some tips to…

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Red pencil sitting on a calendar with the year 2018 circled in red

InCheck took a big step forward as an organization in 2018. Focused efforts to improve our fee schedule, fix outdated package pricing, and streamline client service protocols had a tangible impact on our growth. Evolving our “customized service” mantra to a model of standardized customization has yielded a formula that improves cost, reduces turnaround time,…

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table cloth on table with fall leaves and the words giving thanks written on table

Life can be busy, and we don’t always take the time to show our gratitude for one another. Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year to reflect on the people in our lives for whom we are so grateful. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, InCheck would like to say “thank you” to a number of…

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