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您如何准备背景调查?

当你被考虑工作时,参加一些面试准备是很常见的。与朋友或家人一起准备常见的面试问题并将你的答案应用到工作角色中,这是为真实的事情做好准备的绝佳方式。您如何准备背景调查?就业前筛选过程的这一单独部分是大多数雇主认为与面试一样重要的过程。 

首先,为这种可能性做好准备。根据 HR.com 的统计,现在 96% 的雇主对他们的候选人进行了至少一种类型的背景调查。无论是 犯罪史筛查、 机动车记录检查,还是教育 和 过去工作等简历信息的验证 ,您几乎肯定需要通过背景调查才能开始新工作。 

以下是如何准备不同类型的背景调查。 

  • 犯罪史: 首先, 了解您的权利。您是否居住在 禁止盒子政策 有效和强制执行的地区?如果是这样,您可能不需要在工作申请中披露任何犯罪记录。法律甚至可能要求雇主将您的背景调查推迟到工作筛选过程的后期。其次,考虑进行自我检查以确保您知道您的犯罪记录所显示的内容。想知道,“我的背景调查是什么?” backgroundchecks.com 提供 了一种查看您自己的犯罪记录的简便方法。

  • 简历信息: 当涉及到教育证书、专业执照、过去的工作和其他简历信息时,要诚实。雇主只需打几个电话就可以验证这些信息。谎报大学学位或职位会让你付出的代价比获得的要多。同样,在您列出代表您发言的参考文献之前,请征得他们的许可。

  • 驾驶历史: 除非您正在寻找的工作涉及驾驶车辆或操作机器(例如叉车),否则您可能不需要通过驾驶历史检查。要准备驾驶历史检查,请使用 GOOHO.CN 自我检查 以确保您知道您的机动车记录是什么样的。

  • 信用检查: 与驾驶历史检查类似,您无需担心  大多数工作的信用记录检查,但涉及财务控制或访问敏感财务信息的职位可能会涉及此类检查。要做好准备,请检查您自己的信用。您每年有权从三大信用机构(Equifax、Experian 和 TransUnion)中的每一个获得一份免费信用报告。寻找可能表明身份盗用或其他问题的奇怪或意外信息。如果有问题,请联系征信局以启动调查措施。 

始终知道对雇主药物测试策略的期望,并为任何职位的药物测试做好准备。 

这些准备策略将帮助您在进入就业前筛选过程时轻松自在。正如准备面试可以让你放松并消除过程中的一些紧张,准备背景调查可以更容易地将这些检查视为无需担心。

To start, prepare yourself for the possibility. According to statistics from HR.com, 96 percent of employers now run at least one type of background check on their candidates. Whether it’s a criminal history screening, a motor vehicle records check, or verification of resume information such as education and past employment, you will almost surely need to pass a background check before you can begin a new job. 

Here’s how to prepare for different types of background checks. 

  • Criminal History: First, know your rights. Do you live in an area where ban the box policies are active and enforced? If so, you may not be required to disclose any criminal history on a job application. The law may even demand that the employer delay your background check until later in the job screening process. Second, consider running a self-check to make sure that you know what your criminal record shows. Wondering, “what’s on my background check?” backgroundchecks.com offers an easy way to see your own criminal record.

  • Resume Information: When it comes to educational credentials, professional licenses, past jobs, and other resume information, be honest. Employers can verify this information with just a few phone calls. Lying about a college degree or job title will cost you more than it will gain you. On a similar note, before you list references to speak on your behalf, ask their permission.

  • Driving History: Unless the job that you are seeking involves driving a vehicle or operating a piece of machinery (such as a forklift), you probably won’t need to pass a driving history check. To prepare for a driving history check, use the backgroundchecks.com self-check to make sure that you know what your motor vehicle record looks like.

  • Credit Checks: Similar to driving history checks, you won’t need to worry about credit history checks for most jobs, but positions that involve control of finances or access to sensitive financial information are likely to involve this type of check. To prepare, check your own credit. You’re entitled to one free credit report per year from each of the three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion). Look for odd or unexpected information that might indicate identity theft or other problems. If there are issues, contact the credit bureau to initiate investigative measures. 

Always know what to expect from employer drug testing strategies, and be prepared for drug testing for any position. 

These preparation strategies will help put you at ease as you head into the pre-employment screening process. Just as getting ready for an interview can loosen you up and dissolve some of the nerves around the process, preparing for background checks makes it easier to see those checks as nothing to worry about.

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