GIS also offers a number of other screening solutions for organizations of all sizes, locations, industries, and needs. We can work with you to create customized packages or can include these screenings as a la carte item choices in your eQuest+. Either way, rest assured that all results can be accessed 24/7 in real-time, and will be reported in an easy to read format with automated report grading based on your hiring standards.
Adverse Action Services
As compliance is an integral part of any background screening program, GIS provides adverse action services for your organization.
Through our management of the adverse action/dispute process, GIS can distribute Pre-Adverse and Adverse Action letters (to include state-mandated consumer letters where applicable) to applicants who fail to meet your screening standards, and can work with consumers and providers of public records to resolve any disputes over a consumer’s criminal record through our internal Disclosure/Disputes department.
Our bankruptcy report service will provide details of any bankruptcy associated with an applicant that is recorded in the specific US District Court. Information returned may include: case or file number, date filed, type of bankruptcy (Chapter 11, Chapter 7, etc.), discharge date, and name(s) listed as petitioners.
Civil Suits & Judgments
GIS can provide civil history records to identify high-risk applicants by revealing information about claims, suits, and judgments filed by individuals or corporations against other private parties or corporations at both the county and federal level. Examples of findings on the county level include divorce, product liability suits, violation of civil rights, judgments, nonpayment of goods, and other similar cases; while federal includes interstate commerce, violation(s) of civil rights, issues involving the federal government and/or financial institutions.
As part of our media search service, GIS will conduct a comprehensive search of news and business information sources, including local and national newspapers, broadcast transcripts, wire services, magazines, and trade journals to help identify high-risk applicants.
National Wants and Warrants
This is a nationwide search of active, extraditable federal and state warrants which may include felonies and misdemeanors for the requested subject. Where warrant information is identified, GIS will follow up with the issuing agency to determine additional public record information, including the date of issuance, and nature of the warrant. Please note: All law enforcement agencies do not contribute to this database.
Workers Compensation Incidents
GIS’ workers’ compensation history check allows you to determine whether an applicant has a previous record of filing workers’ compensation claims, and can indicate specific injuries that may hamper them from performing certain activities on the job. We will research a state’s repository for information (where available) to include name, date, and types of injury. In addition, many states also provide additional information ranging from the case/claim number to specific insurance information including name of insurance carrier and payment methods.
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