Resource Center

Reducing Risk through Better Practices

Andrew Collins, research and investigations manager for Klink, will present Pre-Employment Screening: Reducing Risk through Better Practices to the Miami Valley Human Resource Association on Tuesday, April 11, 2017. Read more

Better Hiring Through Better Screening

KlinkCheck answers 5 common questions from HR and hiring professionals. Read more

Don't get caught in a lie.

According to CareerBuilder, fifty-eight percent of hiring managers said they’ve caught a lie on a resume. Read more

We are moving

We are happy to report due to our company's growth, we are moving to a new office! Read more

Adverse Action

You have spent weeks interviewing several candidates and have finally narrowed your search to a single person. To your disappointment the background check reveals that the candidate has lied about an arrest record, or has not earned the degree claimed on their application and/or resume. Now what? Read more

Skeletons in the Closet Can Be Scary

Jeffrey Klink will be speaking on this subject at the 2016 Employment Law Institute West on Friday, November 18 in Pittsburgh. Read more

Other records? What else is available?

Employment verification, education confirmation and criminal record searches are critical for employment screening. Are there other searches that can protect your organization from hiring the wrong candidates? Read more

Obtaining and understanding criminal records

Most people think that a background check consists of a check of criminal records. This is not the case. How can you implement a comprehensive pre-employment screening to determine whether an applicant has been convicted of a crime? Read more

Verifications: employment and education

by KlinkCheck
By verifying education, employment and other job experience, you will be protected against the pain of employee misconduct and other problems associated with poor background check practices. Read more

DOJ reports on criminal records shortcomings

by KlinkCheck
The latest Survey of State Criminal Record Repositories released by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) makes clear that relying on a single source of information can be fatally flawed. Read more

Why are there so many questions?

You need legal, thorough background checks on job applicants. Our job is to help give you the information you need to protect against hiring incompetent or dangerous people who can destroy your workplace. Read more