Drug Addiction And Alcohol Abuse Treatment Centers-Halfway House Employment Background Checks
The risks that employees bring to addiction treatment centers is obvious.
Access to vulnerable clients and sometimes prescription drugs can cause a real problem for the addiction treatment facility owner.
Know Who You Hire
Understandably, some applicants may have acquired some sort of criminal record in the past.
However, there are likely certain criminal records that would disqualify the applicant for certain positions of trust. For example, all of our background checks include a check of the sex offender registry in all 50 states.
The temptation to under count prescription refills, the allure of the money or just providing drugs illicitly to "friends" is difficult to refuse for some people.
The Addiction Treatment Center owner's best risk management tool is the careful selection and screening of employees.
By using a quality pre-employment screening background check that properly screens applicants and employees, you can take the best first step needed to mitigate the risk of hiring employees whose past indicates a propensity for criminal activity such as theft, fraud, embezzlement or substance abuse.Know who you are really hiring and hire the best and most productive employees.
Screen employees for state sanctions by using the FACIS® screening system and protect your organizations access to State or Federally funded programs.
The Two Most Important Elements Of An Employment Screening Program
A thorough criminal records background check that includes a check of State, County and Federal criminal records, including a FACIS® records check.
Our criminal record "Smart Search Plus®" with an added FACIS® records check will give you the peace of mind that you have done a diligent criminal records background check.
For an example of an applicant with a Federal criminal record but no state or county arrest record, Click Here. This record would not have been found without a check of the separately maintained Federal criminal records systems which contains about 10 per cent of all arrest records.
Of course, a pre-employment and continuous drug screen program is also needed.
The above-listed risks can be minimized by following a two-step employee screening process, consisting of (1) a criminal background check and (2) a drug test.
All of our criminal records background checks comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act FCRA
We also supply Federally compliant employment screening releases and other forms needed in connection with employment screening background checks.
Instant driving records are available for screening those applicants that might also possibly drive on behalf of the treatment center.
All of our reports are FCRA compliant.