Organizations that do not conduct pre-employment background checks on applicants undoubtedly lose billions of dollars as a result of dishonest, unreliable, or unqualified employees. Identifying an applicant’s multiple convictions for theft before the applicant is hired for a position handling finished goods, areas of accounting, or cash is likely to save the employer significant time and money in the future.

Many employers have unfortunately learned this lesson too late after having hired offenders with histories of crimes involving theft, and other white-collar crimes. Such individuals if hired are more likely to cause physical harm to employees or customers, and pose a greater threat to the employer’s assets and property.

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