Blog

 
     

Medical Device Manufacturer, EHOB Counts on backgroundchecks.com for Speedy Background Checks | Case Study

By Michael Klazema on 4/25/2018

One of the great things about the screening services at backgroundchecks.com is their speed. Several of our checks such as the instant database searches deliver results instantly, while many others, for example, Federal Criminal History Checks have typical turnarounds of just one to three days. This speed is ideal for businesses that need to make quick decisions about a hire. It’s also terrific for keeping the background check process simple and straightforward. Things can get confusing when you are waiting for background checks for half a dozen candidates simultaneously. Quick turnaround times help avoid a situation in which you have new hires sitting in limbo all at the same time, wondering when their background checks are going to clear.

These benefits made backgroundchecks.com an attractive partner for EHOB, Inc. when the company needed a way to screen its employment candidates for criminal history and red flags. EHOB is a medical device manufacturer that has been operating since 1985. The company is best known for its WAFFLE brand products, which are special mattresses and cushions designed to help with the treatment and prevention of pressure injuries (such as ulcers) or deep tissue injuries. EHOB works closely with hospitals, long-term care facilities, and home care businesses to provide mattresses, cushions, and positioning pads that maximize patient comfort while making life easier for caregivers.

When EHOB started searching for a simple and intuitive way to screen its employment candidates, the company turned to backgroundchecks.com. The company wanted to keep the pre-employment and hiring processes quick and concise while also screening its new hires thoroughly, explains Deborah De Leon Martinez, Human Resources Generalist. EHOB also wanted a background screening company that could handle multiple types of checks under one umbrella, including criminal history searches, employment verification checks, and education verification checks.

EHOB looked to backgroundchecks.com for pre-employment background screening services. For the past three years, the company has been relying on backgroundchecks.com for verification checks and criminal history screens. According to EHOB HR Assistant Deborah De Leon, the company’s hiring teams appreciate the intuitive, user-friendly interface of our system as well as the reliable and quick turnaround time for background checks. Across the board, our products have been a perfect match for EHOB’s simple yet fast-paced hiring methodology.

Overall, EHOB has been extremely satisfied with backgroundchecks.com and the products we provide. The speed of our checks makes it possible for EHOB to make quick hiring decisions that prevent the company from losing top-tier candidates. The variety of background check products we offer enables us to serve all the needs of the EHOB hiring team and guarantee a multi-dimensional employee vetting process.


Tag Cloud
Categories
Recent Posts

Latest News

  • August 10 Moore Advanced teamed up with backgroundchecks.com to secure the best possible hires. Read more about how this process has assisted them.
  • August 10 An adjudication withheld is a court agreement that doesn’t qualify as a conviction but can make matters confusing for individuals applying for jobs. Should you disclose a withheld adjudication to a prospective employer?
  • August 09 With adults now legally using recreational marijuana in numerous states, and with additional legalization efforts in the wings, expungement of old and minor drug-related convictions is more important than ever.
  • August 07 A West Virginia TV station is pushing the state’s Child Protective Services and Department of Health and Human Services to answer questions about background check policies. A CPS employee was recently charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, domestic assault, and threatening a police officer.
  • August 02 Woes continue for ridesharing companies struggling to keep riders safe after a man, illegally in the United States, was arrested and accused of several rapes dating back years.
  • July 31 South Carolina legislators recently passed a new law that will change the language of the state’s expungement policy. The new law will make expungement possible for repeat offenders. The previous law only allowed first offenses to be scrubbed from the public record.
  • July 26

    Hawaii employers have been banned from asking job applicants about their salary history. The new act’s effective date is January 1, 2019, and covers all employers that have at least one employee in that state.

  • July 26

    The expansion of the The North Carolina Certificate of Relief  Law, offers relief to jobseekers. An employer may take into consideration a certificate of relief despite the applicant’s criminal past; however, the certificate is not an expungement or pardon.

  • July 26

    With growing concerns about liability, businesses are transitioning away from one-time background checks in favor of continuous checks. The results are impacting both employers and employees.


  • July 25 Uber is officially launching a new ongoing criminal monitoring policy for drivers. The company started rolling out the new system in early July and will expand it in the months to come.