A single bad hire can potentially cause any of the above 6 damages, if not more to the employer. With certain statistics and probabilities applied, one can actually assess the value of the potential damage a bad hire can cause.
A quick look at the annual expense involved in doing background checks in a year, it can very well be ascertained that it is a tiny fraction of the damage that one is potentially avoiding. Factoring in overall productivity gains from having an employee base of right credentials, it becomes quite a logical decision make background checks part of the pre-employment process in an organization.
Some decisions are simple, yet powerful isn't it?
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